LSQ London, Leicester Square, offers over 90,000 ft2 of Grade A commercial space and 40,000 ft2 of retail space. Waterman were appointed to provide structural engineering consultancy services.
The project retained the high-quality section of the façade up to main 5th floor cornice level and was enhanced with a new striking glazed curved mansard roof above. The scheme included part demolition and reconstruction of the existing structure to provide a nine-storey building, which comprises of of new commercial space on the upper floors and high end retail units on the ground, first and basement floors. The contemporary roof design is supported by a central core and new perimeter stanchions with complete column-free office space and spans of up to 12m.
Waterman designed and prepared details using Revit 3D modelling techniques to capture the integration and interfaces of both architecture and building services.
Waterman coordinated the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process for the development of the St James Quarter in Edinburgh.
A 48 month development plan for this £1bn project has regenerated 42 acres of Liverpool City Centre.
Leeds has undergone many exciting regeneration projects in recent times, not least of which is Victoria Gate, part of the historic Victoria Quarter in the city centre.
The Bullring redevelopment site is located at the heart of Birmingham city centre and when constructed was the largest city centre retail regeneration project in Europe.
The Royal College of Pathologists stunning new HQ in London has been shortlisted for The Concrete Society Awards 2019.
The Royal College of Pathologist’s stunning new HQ in London has won an Architizer A+Award.
New medical research headquarters and contemporary Grade II retail destination both scooped awards within the Education and Retail categories.
Harrogate’s new City Council Headquarters was celebrated at the award ceremony on 19 June.
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