Our role

While working at Stanhope, Martin Long was the client development manager for this project, overseeing it from planning through to completion.

Project details

Completed in 2002, this high-end office building provided contemporary working spaces over 90,000 sq ft. Restricted by the protected views of St Paul’s Cathedral, architects Sheppard Robson created a distinctive sweeping roof that sets the building apart in this densely populated area.

A Section 106 Agreement was included to enhance the landscaping of the the 17th century St Mary Somerset Church, designed by Sir Christopher Wren and the improvement of the setting of a Wren Tower. Martin also oversaw the commissioning of new public art from Alexander Beleschenko.

The project also pioneered the use 3D modelling for the frame and cladding, a first in the UK.

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Statistics

  • Location: London
  • Dates: 2002 – 2004
  • Size: 90,000 sq ft
  • Project Team:
    Architect: Sheppard Robson
    Engineer: Waterman
    Contractor: Bovis Lend Lease
    QS: Gardiner and Theobald

Appointment

Client Development Manager (under Stanhope)