The Legend of Bolckow and Vaughan Lives On
August 12, 2015
August 12, 2015
Estimated Reading Time 7 Minutes
This week, the lovely guys at the Evening Gazette popped into our building at Plenary BV House to explore the former home of Teesside legends, Bolckow and Vaughan.
Based in Queen’s Square in Middlesbrough, our home from home sits pretty amongst buildings steeped in heritage in the town’s historic quarter.
We’re lucky enough to set foot in this fine example of architectural greatness every morning, but it isn’t until the Gazette dubs it ‘Middlesbrough’s most historic building’ that you realise just how amazing it is to be working in an establishment like this.
As mentioned in a previous blog about our move from sunny Stokesley to our present residence, the building boasts beautiful original features such as the saloon room fireplace from the RMS Aquitania.
After a whopping half a million pounds investment has been made by the building’s owners, Plenary Project Solutions, the interior has been updated dramatically; from the radiators, to the carpets and the restoration of many of its windows.
The building holds 6,500 square feet of office space and almost half of it is shared between ourselves, Cool Blue PR and Plenary’s sister company, FNVI Ltd. There are still several more offices available to rent within the building and we couldn’t recommend any other setting that oozes so much history and is so close to the culture and buzz of Middlesbrough’s town centre.
Feel free to come and visit us for a hot or cold beverage, a chat and a nosey around our office!