Steelwork rises on Broadgate redevelopment
Work is progressing on the 100 Liverpool Street project which forms part of the wider Broadgate redevelopment scheme in the City of London.
The project will reinvigorate the existing and outdated steel-framed building, which was built in the 1980s. Approximately 50% of the original frame has been kept and a new steel frame is being knitted into the space vacated by the demolished structure.
The new steelwork will also provide the building with four extra floors, a curving façade and revamped public realm.
The building will feature an array of sustainable features that complement the significantly reduced carbon footprint associated with the reuse of the structural frame; it is expected to receive a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating.