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Eland House HQ, London

Eland House HQ, London

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The unusual form is derived from restrictions due to a viewing corridor to St Pauls from Richmond Park 12 miles away, and an awkward site between Georgian streets and an insensitive 60’s development, The Department of the Environment HQ in London was lauded as the most environmentally aware and most pre-fabricated urban office building when first opened in London.

Headline features:-

  • 33,000 m2
  • 6 months concept to site
  • 21 months construction
  • Maximum prefabrication-
    • 7.5m X 3.6m curtain wall panels
    • fully finished toilet pods
    • steel stairs
    • lifts
    • steel structure
    • rubber mounted , in situ RC frame
  • dry construction –
    • no welding
    • no wet trades

Eland House was regarded as a pioneering Green Building in the UK at the time.