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Work underway on Outstanding London office scheme

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Work has started on a 10-storey BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ steel-framed office development at 33 Charterhouse Street in central London.
Located adjacent to Farringdon Station, opposite the future Museum of London, the 18,500m2 scheme will provide technology enhanced office space as well as three terraces with extensive views across central London.

Set to become one of Farringdon’s first smart buildings, the scheme will feature an integrated digital platform that will improve the building’s operational efficiency and support the workspace wellbeing experience for its occupiers, through an employee engagement app.

Main contractor Mace said its team will apply its sustainability expertise to reduce the embodied carbon through a variety of measures including low carbon materials and sustainable design measures, such as a connection to Citigen’s district energy network to supply heating and cooling demand, solar PV panels and a biodiverse green roof.

William Hare is fabricating, supplying and erecting the project’s steelwork, and 33 Charterhouse Street is expected to complete in September 2022.

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