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Birmingham landmark building taking shape

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Due to complete next year, 103 Colmore Row, which will be Birmingham’s tallest office building, is already towering over the city landscape.

The 26-storey and 105m-high building will comprise 20,700m² of office space over 20 floors, and 700m² of restaurant space on the ground and top floors.

Designed by architects Doone Silver Kerr, the landmark building features a winter garden, an 18th floor terrace and multi-purpose lobby business lounges.

Rockspring Property Investment Managers LLP (Rockspring) and Sterling Property Ventures (Sterling), the development team behind the office tower, have selected BAM for the £80M build contract.

Michael Pryer, Partner and Fund Manager at Rockspring said: “Birmingham is the UK’s most exciting regional city. The investment in transport infrastructure and its youthful demographics have made it a magnet for occupiers and inward investors.

“103 Colmore row will, without doubt, be the city’s premier business address.”

Severfield is fabricating, supplying and erecting the steelwork for the project. Some of the most significant steel elements for the job are four ‘Mega Columns’, each 20m-tall and weighing 20t. The columns will eventually form the four-storey-high ground floor winter garden and support the weight of the building.

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