100 Liverpool Street, has been featured in NSC magazine’s latest issue! This project marks one of the first phases of the Broadgate area’s wider redevelopment.
Working alongside Hopkins Architects for British Land, the first phase of this redevelopment is situated close to Liverpool Street station, with the Central line and other lines interweaving underneath the site.
The project comprised of linking two existing buildings, whilst adding four extra floors to the existing structure on a site that had many constraints, due to the tube lines beneath. You may have seen on our Twitter that it was also the site where the Fulcrum statue had been lowered!
There were many variables throughout the project, including the constraint of minimal demolition which required us to focus on reusing the existing foundations on the site and strengthening them as well (in order to compensate for the additional four storeys).
You can catch the full article by New Steel Construction in the latest issue of their magazine.