Financial Institution Leadenhall Buidling

Client: Collins Construction
Project: Financial Institution
Location: Leadenhall Building, London
Sector: Workplace

LEADENHALL BUILDING

A Design and Build CAT B fit-out for a financial institution in London’s iconic Leadenhall Building. The 12-week programme involved CAT A modifications followed by a high specification fit-out of the 17,000 ft² space.

‘Panel’ to Success, Brand Strength = Building Structure
Works included the creation of a client-facing investor lounge and business hub with coffee bar, feature ceilings and American Black Walnut joinery panelling. Four large conference rooms with fabric wall panelling were formed along with a communications room and 11m reception desk incorporated into the building’s megastructure column.

Technology Focused – Communication Design
We used a ‘Soft BIM’ model to create a virtual environment which allowed many stakeholders to contribute to the design remotely via shared screens and by means of self-directed walk-throughs using a shared digital platform. This considerably improved the speed by which design sign-off could be achieved.

Challenges included managing noise levels and relationships with surrounding tenants and the logistics of working in a challenging skyscraper.

 

Financial institution leadenhall market

Client: Collins Construction
Project: Financial Institution
Location: Leadenhall Building, London
Sector: Workplace

A Design and Build CAT B fit-out for a financial institution in London’s iconic Leadenhall Building. The 12-week programme involved CAT A modifications followed by a high specification fit-out of the 17,000 ft² space.

‘Panel’ to Success, Brand Strength = Building Structure
Works included the creation of a client-facing investor lounge and business hub with coffee bar, feature ceilings and American Black Walnut joinery panelling. Four large conference rooms with fabric wall panelling were formed along with a communications room and 11m reception desk incorporated into the building’s megastructure column.

Technology Focused – Communication Design
We used a ‘Soft BIM’ model to create a virtual environment which allowed many stakeholders to contribute to the design remotely via shared screens and by means of self-directed walk-throughs using a shared digital platform. This considerably improved the speed by which design sign-off could be achieved.

Challenges included managing noise levels and relationships with surrounding tenants and the logistics of working in a challenging skyscraper.

 

Saxon House
48 Southwark Road
London
SE1 1UN

+44 20 3696 5530
design@geraghtytaylor.com

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Saxon House
48 Southwark Road
London
SE1 1UN

+44 20 3696 5530
design@geraghtytaylor.com

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Company Registration Number OC430683   |   GT London LLP  |  Registered in England