• 7 December 2016

10 New Burlington Street wins Façade Engineering Award

We are pleased to announce that our project 10 New Burlington Street has won ‘Façade of the year – Refurbishment’ at the Society of Façade Engineering Awards 2016.

The Awards recognise excellence in the key disciplines of façade design, engineering and application.

10 New Burlington Street is the redevelopment of the north half of block W4 to provide retail space on the lower and first floors and office units above. Waterman was appointed by The Crown Estate for the provision of structural and civil engineering services.

The winners were announced at the award ceremony on 1st December 2016 at the Gibson Hall in London.

For more information about our involvement with 10 New Burlington Street, Please click here.

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