Interface House is a headquarters office building providing 34,689 sq ft arranged over ground and first floor. The property was constructed in 1989 and is arranged as two wings
around a central service core, offering good flexibility for subdivision.
The base specification includes;
- Under floor and perimeter trunking
- Full HVAC (ceiling VAVs)
- Gas fired central heating
- Double glazed windows
- Suspended ceiling with mineral fibre tiles
- Passenger lift
- Toilets are provided around the central core and in two separate toilet blocks at the end of each wing.
In 2014 the tenant undertook a significant refurbishment at a cost of over £2m and included; a new air-conditioning system, new BMS, upgraded cat 7 lighting, new suspended
ceilings and the installation of advanced humidity and temperature-controlled laboratory test facilities. These test facilities are located in the east wing over the ground and part
Interface House is surrounded by a large surface car park on the north and west elevations with capacity for 296 vehicles, providing an excellent car parking ratio of 1:129 sq ft.
Royal Wootton Bassett is located in northern Wiltshire five miles to the east of Swindon. It occupies a prominent position along the M4 corridor approximately 45 miles west of Reading, 75 miles west of London and 33 miles east of Bristol.
The town is well connected with junction 16 of the M4 motorway 1.5 miles to the east. The junction has recently undergone a £5.9m upgrade to significantly improve traffic flow to Royal Wootton Bassett and Swindon and to help facilitate the new 1,000 home development at Wichelstowe.
Swindon mainline station is five miles east of Royal Wootton Bassett and provides frequent services to London Paddington and Bristol with the fastest journey times of approximately 55 minutes and 59 minutes respectively. Heathrow and Bristol airports are 70 and 55 miles to the east and west respectively.