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Principal contractor appointed for London’s most sustainable office tower

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Mace has been appointed principal contractor by developer Edge, in partnership with Goldman Sachs Asset Management and their funding partners, LPPI and the London Fund, for their flagship ‘EDGE London Bridge’ scheme, which aims to become London’s most sustainable office tower.

Targeting both BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ and WELL Platinum certification, the 24,100m2 development will provide 28 floors of state-of-the-art commercial office space, including a large shared green roof terrace to promote occupier wellbeing, as well as a new adjacent public park.

The building will provide a healthy environment for occupiers by harnessing natural ventilation through underfloor air supply and maximising natural light through floor-to-ceiling windows.

EDGE London Bridge has a targeted regulated energy consumption of less than 23 kWh/m2 which aligns with the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge operational intensity targets for new-build offices.

The scheme is located on St Thomas Street – near London’s vibrant South Bank – and is the latest project led by Mace in the London Bridge Quarter area, with the company having built the iconic Shard and Shard Place.

Construction will begin in January 2023, with completion expected in early 2026.

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