100 Victoria Street
100 Victoria Street
100 Victoria Street
100 Victoria Street
100 Victoria Street
100 Victoria Street

100 Victoria Street


Bauder built up felt and BauderRok insulation roof system with brown roof finishes to main roof areas and paving slab finishes to terrace area. Bauder BioSolar panel support system. Blue roof comprising attenuation cells, fleece, biodiverse substrate and wildflower seeding.

A landmark office building on one of Bristol’s most prominent – and logistically challenging – sites was transformed and given a £16 million, bold new identity by Beard Construction.

Managed by V7, 100 Victoria Street had its footprint extended five metres forward, as well as benefitting from the addition of two new floors.

The new building has been designed by AWW Architects.

Just a short walk from Bristol Temple Meads and facing onto the city’s newly designed Temple Gate, the transformation see the building’s exterior completely rebuilt, changing from yellow brick to a sleek face of glass and terracotta panelling.

A combination of smooth and textured surfaces and a variety of window sizes reflect the diversity of older buildings further along Victoria street.

Inside, the concrete frame of the old interior is retained and exposed – blending with the new to improve the building’s thermal performance, air permeability and energy efficiency.

The building targets the BREEAM Outstanding environmental standard.

PV cells provide onsite renewable energy and the new development’s heating come from Bristol’s District Heat Network.

The network delivers affordable, low-carbon heat from a series of remote, renewable energy sources and is part of Bristol’s drive to be a carbon-neutral city by 2030.

The new office development house a modern, high-quality workspace which promotes sustainability and the health and well-being of its occupants.

Extensive cycle storage, services and a repair facility is provided whilst the car parking has been largely replaced with spaces that promote green travel.

The site is not without its construction challenges and has playfully been described as “like building on a postage stamp” by one of the project managers.

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