Rotary Building Services


Delivering retail projects on time and within budget is vital. Rotary's portfolio includes large shopping centres, flagship stores and supermarkets.

Westfield Shopping Centre, London
Client: Westfield
Value: £20 million
Main Contractor: Westfield

Rotary installed full mechanical services for this major retail project. The organically shaped glass roof curves over a football pitch sized area of the centre letting in as much light as possible. The 48-acre site is one of the most prestigious shopping centres in Europe with its own connections to London Underground Central Line.

John Lewis Partnership, Liverpool
Client: John Lewis Partnership
Value: £7 million
Main Contractor: Wates Retail Ltd

This flagship building is the anchor store for the expansive paradise street development. The project consisted of the full fit-out of an existing shell building to provide an operational store. The building consists of four main sales floors and an associated ‘back of house’ and accommodation block containing toilets, kitchen area, administration, plant and storage facilities. The roof is used as a plant housing area containing packaged plantroom, air handling units and heat rejection condensers.

Kendal Riverside Development
Client: CUSP
Value: £10 million
Client: Miller Construction

The project was a traditional contract to construct and develop a commercial, retail, and residential development for multi-occupancy of business and domestic tenants. The project consisted of Cat A fit-out to offices and retail units, Cat B fit-outs direct for end user tenants, two levels of below ground car parking and 90 residential apartments.

intu Chapelfield, Norwich
Client: Chapelfield Developments
Value: £20 million
Client: Bovis Lend lease

Rotary provided the full mechanical, electrical and public health services for this prestigious landmark project in the centre of Norwich. Inspired by the surrounding architecture, both old and new, Chapelfield offers a stylish and contemporary environment which integrates well into the cultural quarter of the city. With over 80 shops and 17 cafes and restaurants Chapelfield provides a retail heart to this vibrant new area.