Sir Robert Mc Alphine
Completed January 2018
The building responds to its historic context yet is uniquely of its place and time. It is a true exemplar of sustainable development.
Located between the Bank of England and St Paul’s Cathedral, the new Bloomberg site occupies 3.2 acres and provides approximately 1.1 million square feet of sustainable office space, two new public plazas featuring specially commissioned works of art, a retail arcade that reinstates an ancient Roman travel route, and a cultural hub that restores the ancient Roman Temple of Mithras to its original site. Clad in traditional stone and bronze, it is sympathetic to its context and improves the surrounding public realm.
Our Contribution mainly involved:
- Shell & Core Gravity Foul Drainage installation
- Shell & Core Vacuum/Waste Foul Drainage installation
- Shell & Core Gravity Grey Water Drainage installation
- Shell & Core Gravity Attenuated Rainwater Drainage installation
- Syphonic Rainwater Drainage installation
- Pumped Drainage
- Condensate Drainage
- Shell & Core Domestic Mains, Hot & Cold Boosted Water Systems.
- Shell & Core Domestic Reclaim and Soft water system.
- Domestic Non – Potable water CAT 5 installation.
This project achieved a BREEAM Outstanding rating and we are proud to play our part
The project gained the highest design-stage BREEAM score ever achieved by any major office development in the world at the time.
Site safety was maximised thanks to free Health & Safety training for everyone on site.
The design of the domestic water system uses 73% less water than a typical office building
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