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Hartlepool site opens after refurb

Posted by Mark
November 26, 2014 in Office Design & Fit Out

A landmark building in the north east of England has had its reopening after a large refurbishment.

Titan House in Hartlepool used to be known locally as ‘The Pink Pill’, with the alliterative name given thanks to the original building’s distinctive colour. After the major fit out and refurbishment however, it has a whole new and fresh look.

The building has become a major mixed use development in the town, offering 49 residential flats thought to be placed in the affordable housing category. Each one has been completely renovated, offering one and two-bed homes.

On the ground floor, all retail units have been combined into one  office flooring  office flooring space. These will act as the base for customers accessing services provided by the Thirteen Group, which includes services from Tees Valley Housing and Housing Hartlepool.

The building was official reopened by the Labour MP for Hartlepool, Iain Wright. He said:

“Titan House has been given a new lease of life and now provides services to tenants, high quality office space and improved accommodation.”

The operations director for the Thirteen Group, Dave Pickard, said that the complete overhaul of the site was far more than just altering the building’s colour.

He explained that the white stone rendering, timber cladding, and aluminium window framing used had provided the town with a big step forward. This is something local architect Dave Butler, who took charge of redesign, agreed with, saying it will hopefully lead to a wider boost to the area.

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