In September 2003, the Met Office moved its headquarters from Berkshire to the purpose-built £80 million structure designed, built and managed by a G4S-led consortium. When a number of louvres on the east and west elevations of the 57,000m2 headquarters began to show signs of failure, G4S appointed BriggsAmasco to supply and fit a new system that would combine airflow efficiency and rain defence.
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