As part of a national business improvement plan Network Rail commissioned a new 410,000ft2 office building in Milton Keynes for up to 3000 staff. The new building is on the site of the former National Hockey Stadium.
Waterman was appointed to provide civil and structural engineering input from planning application submissions through to completion of construction on site for the Quadrant:MK, Milton Keynes.
The development proposals included a multi-storey office structure with a central atrium, two separate multi-storey car parks and significant improvements to the public realm on a plot of approximately 3.5ha. The building was designed to maximise future flexibility of uses. The site is bound on all sides by busy roads and is located close to Central Milton Keynes Railway Station.
The works included demolition of the existing structure, design of the new buildings and accesses for cars and other uses, diversion of services, provision of utilities and street lighting, incorporate Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) practices as well as accommodating local authority environmental requirements.
In assisting to securing the planning consent Waterman prepared the transport assessment, framework travel plan, flood risk assessment, geotechnical and various ecological studies.
The civil, structural and services design encompassed many innovative sustainability solutions that contributed to this being one of the first buildings to achieve a BREEAM Excellent rating under the 2009 assessment criteria.
Herbal House is a 120,000 ft2 mixed-use redevelopment delivered in partnership with owner, Aerium and developer, Allied London.
Fen Court, (formerly 10 Fenchurch Avenue) is the 15-storey mixed-use office scheme, situated within the heart of London’s insurance district.
The £125m redesign of the seventies landmark office tower in the City of London.
Waterman was appointed by Stanhope/Mitsubishi Estate to provide structural consultancy services on 8 Finsbury Circus, a new 17,000m2 commercial property of remarkable architectural design situated in London’s Finsbury Circus.
The major sustainability-focused refurbishment and extension of 1-5 London Wall is set to halve the building’s operational carbon emissions and will provide a range of stunning flexible workplaces and new retail units in this bustling City location.
Capital Dock won the ‘Residential’ category whilst the IDA Advanced Technology Building in Waterford scooped the prize in ‘Industrial Under €10m’.
The 28,000 ft2 public roof garden at 120 Fenchurch Avenue offers an exclusive retreat and open space for the local office workers, Londoners and visitors alike.
The exceptional 15-storey commercial and retail development in the heart of London’s insurance district won the ‘Large Projects’ category at the AIA UK virtual design awards on 28 October.
© 2020 Copyright Waterman Group. All rights reserved.