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Award: Bloomberg London

Bloomberg’s new European headquarters achieved a BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating, which is the highest design-stage score ever achieved by any major office …

Commendation: Four Pancras Square, London

Featuring a weathering steel exoskeleton, Four Pancras Square is the last of six new commercial buildings within King’s Cross Development Zone B. Situated on …

West End addition

The latest scheme in London’s ongoing St James’s redevelopment is an eight-storey steel-framed office block which will help to further enhance the area’s …

Banking on steel

The latest steel-framed office tower at Canary Wharf features a sloping western façade as well as a flexible design based around cellular beams.  London’s …

Commercial addition for St James’s redevelopment

The latest scheme in London’s ongoing St James’s redevelopment is the eight-storey steel-framed Duke’s Court office block which will help to further …

New tower rises up at Canary Wharf

Requiring 9,500t of structural steelwork, the 27-storey One Bank Street is the latest steel-framed tower in London’s Canary Wharf. The tower will offer …

Peak development

Cambridge’s tallest office block will form the centrepiece of the city’s ambitious CB1 master plan. Cambridge is currently a hive of construction activity, …

Bloomberg London HQ rated world’s most sustainable office

The steel-framed Bloomberg headquarters in London has set a world record BREEAM sustainability rating for an office building at design stage. Opened last month …

Frame completes on latest King’s Cross commercial block

The latest steel-framed building to top-out at the large King’s Cross development is Building S2, situated on Handyside Street. Already fully let, the …

Commendation: Central Square, Leeds

An emblem of the city’s ambition, Central Square in Leeds is a landmark development binding together a dynamic business district to create a vibrant new …

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