Projects / 57 Broadwick Street, London

MEA provided Quantity Surveying and Principle Designer services to 57 Broadwick Street in the heart of Soho, London, W1. Work on the former Jaeger headquarters has now been completed and included extensive remodelling and extension of an existing circa 40,000ft² building.

This mixed-use development now includes retail, restaurant, office and residential areas, all built to very high quality standards.

The project involved structural alterations to this 1960s building including façade removal, extension of the floorplates and the addition of a new fourth floor level. The stunning new façades are a distinctive mixture of bespoke Italian tile and brick on a specialist support system and large fenestration delivering a contemporary facelift to this building.

The residential tower at the top of the development remained in occupation throughout the construction requiring the works were delivered in a sensitive and considerate manner. It also included some minor works to the common areas and so it was critical to ensure the impact of the works on the residents was minimised.

57 Broadwick Street, London

Client:

Shaftesbury Carnaby Ltd

Project:

Mixed Use Extension and Refurbishment

Project Value:

£11,000,000

Architect:

Rolfe Judd Architecture Ltd

Main Contractor:

Blenheim House Construction

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