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Prioritising sustainability in the refurbishment of prime office space

This 1980s building in the heart of the City of London has been extensively refurbished and extended to meet modern standards. The project involved the reconfiguration and refurbishment of the façade, public realm, ground and first-floor reception areas and new ground-floor retail shopfronts. CAT A fit out of 160,000 sq ft of prime workspace across five floors also formed part of the scheme.

British Land lead in its approach to sustainability, wellbeing, technology and efficiency. To meet their high standards, we helped manage and appoint specialist consultants who had the expertise to fulfil the brief. This resulted in as much embodied carbon being retained as possible with 90% of the existing structure and façade being re-used.

Due to the proximity to Liverpool Street station, we negotiated a Basic Asset Protection Agreement, held all the meetings and submitted information to gain sign-off from Network Rail. We also sought agreement from TfL for the relocation of a major bus stop route on Bishopsgate.

The project also included additional cyclist storage and facilities and improved access to the building via new platform lifts and enlarged first-floor reception. It forms part of British Land’s masterplan to transform their Broadgate campus into a world-class mixed-use destination.

Photo credit Jack Hobhouse and James Gilham. 
Our Role

Stace acted as Project Manager and Employer’s Agent on this scheme.

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