Transport for London's new HQ, International Quarter London
Paradise is described as the most important development Birmingham has seen in a generation. The project will deliver ten new buildings and three public squares, creating a vibrant mix of commercial, residential, leisure and hotel spaces.
Situated in the Olympic Park site, as part of the London 2012 games legacy, Transport for London’s (TfL) new headquarter at International Quarter London provides 265,000 sq ft modern, dynamic facilities for around 3,000 TfL staff.
Located next to Moorgate station, Moorgate Exchange is a modern architectural statement, providing a dynamic and high quality office space. Its steel frame enabled the use of large column free spans, creating virtually column free internal spaces
In the heart of Kings Cross and dating back to 1875-1895, the Lighthouse building is a local landmark. It was left derelict for many years until developers; UK Real Estate took the bold decision to redevelop the Grade II listed building that was on Historic England’s Buildings at Risk Register.
Set within a former railway station’s retained Grade II listed sandstone façade; Embankment consists of a 10 storey office sat atop a three-level car park podium. A future phase will add a second nine storey building upon the podium.
Intrinsic to the next phase of Gibraltar’s economic growth, this exemplar facility enables tenants to develop business across the globe via the World Trade Center Association. The new World Trade Center Gibraltar is the largest single commercial office building on the Rock at 15,750 sq m.
A vibrant new part of London that will be the largest mixed use redevelopment in single ownership to be developed in central London for over 150 years.
One of the few new timber framed offices in the UK, The Green House is a revival of a disused and derelict 1960s office block. Refurbished and extended with a cross laminated timber frame, it delivers an environmentally exemplary office space.