We collaborated with Hopkins Architects to provide BIM support on the refurbishment and extension of 100 Liverpool Street for British Land as part of their long-term redevelopment of the Broadgate campus in the City of London.
- Location London EC2
- Area 42,100m² 453,000ft²
- Status Complete Sector Workplace, Retail, Reuse
- Client British Land
- Services Package Delivery
- Design Architect Hopkins Architects
- Contractor Sir Robert McAlpine
Completed in 2020, 100 Liverpool Street incorporates offices, retail and restaurants alongside extensive roof terraces. A striking new identity is created for the existing outdated building by removing its cladding and installing a new curved facade which gently wraps around Bishopsgate Circle.
A new internal elliptical atrium is surrounded by flexible office accommodation spread across efficient floor plates linked by three new cores designed for maximum flexibility to accommodate either a single occupier, or multiple tenancies.
Three new floors have been created at the top of the building with planted terraces and outdoor amenity space. The ninth floor includes a new restaurant with an impressive terrace overlooking The City. The scheme also reactivates the pedestrian routes at street level with a number of high-quality retail units on the lower ground, ground and first floors that will accommodate a variety of tenants.
By re-using the existing structural frame the building significantly reduces its carbon footprint and is certified BREEAM Outstanding, Wired Platinum and Well Gold. Forming part of the wider Broadgate vision, 100 Liverpool street sits on the prominent corner adjacent to Liverpool Street Station and the new Crossrail Station.