Victoria Square in Woking town centre is a £500 million development spearheaded by Sir Robert McAlpine and is a joint venture between Woking Borough Council and shopping centre owner and investor, Moyallen Group.
The development includes the construction of two residential towers of 32 and 34 storeys, a third 23 storey tower which will be home to a new flagship Hilton Hotel,125,000sq ft of commercial space featuring the new Marks & Spencer food and clothing store above a 50,000 sq ft multi-storey car park, a medical centre and two public plazas. In addition to the new car park, sited under the M&S and retail units, the project has also incorporated the demolition and redevelopment of the Shoppers’ Red car park; a new 12 storey car park with retail and leisure use on the ground and upper ground, the total area of which is 516,668sq ft.
Lipton Plant were commissioned by Sir Robert McAlpine to provide architectural services for the Shoppers Red car park to take the scheme from RIBA Stage 3 through to completion of the construction (Stage 6).
Lipton Plant’s role has involved complex coordination between the design team and the greater consultant team. Our role has involved collaboration with site architects; Gensler, RPS Group, Benoy and McAlpine Design Group. The project has been managed and delivered through BIM 360, a unified platform in Revit and one which is at the forefront when it comes to the progressive use of technology in construction.