The technology giant’s first flagship location in the UK and first physical location in Europe, is located on a corner of Oxford Circus. Covering more than 22,000 square feet over three floors it is one of the most complex retail construction projects ever delivered in London.
Covering 44,000 sq ft of space over four floors and with 26 staircases, 121 Regent Street is home to the largest ever Burberry store that is hailed as the most technologically advanced high fashion store.
The largest city-centre regeneration to ever take place in Wales, St David's 2 Cardiff is a mixed-use development that includes over 100 new retail outlets, 300 luxury apartments and parking for 3,000 cars, spread across a site footprint that is roughly the size of eight football pitches.
Ramboll UK took on this job as a design and build contract after it had already reached Stage D. Our key contribution has been rigorous testing of the scheme from first principles, resulting in a streamlined programme and cost savings that far exceeded client expectations.
The complex consists of a three storey steel frame structure supporting two concrete frame towers, one housing residential, the other car parking. Further parking is housed in the two-storey basement that extends a ...
Louis Vuitton acquired property next to their store in central London to expand their retail accommodation. Now occupying a prime corner site at Clifford Street, they wished to merge the two buildings at basement and three upper levels beneath five storeys of occupied offices. Major structural changes were necessary to create the desired open plan space, stockrooms and VIP areas.
A multi-purpose complex with diverse recreational and business uses such as a shopping mall, a supermarket, an office centre and a high-class business hotel.
A major refurbishment saw the former Dickens & Jones department store in central London transformed into a mixed retail and commercial venue. As part of this broader programme, we helped engineer one of the new retail units to house Armani Exchange's flagship UK store, which, at 11,700 sq ft, was the brand's largest store in the world at the time of completion.
We helped transform the basement, ground and first floors into a showcase for AX's diffusion line, working closely with the architect to deliver an industrial aesthetic that suited the mood of the clothes. Lighting options were selected to match the dark, edgy look that has replaced the neutral tones formerly associated with the brand.
Floors throughout were levelled. A steel and glass stair was inserted to lin ...