A unique urban development comprising 598 mixed-tenure homes across six buildings at the heart of regenerated Vauxhall.
This landmark development at the heart of a regenerated Vauxhall delivers 470 high-end residential apartments, including 165 Build to Rent, in five blocks. One of the blocks, at 37 storeys, will feature the UK’s tallest brick façade. The scheme includes commercial space at the base of the residential blocks, a gym with swimming pool, landscaped gardens and a new public square.
The project involved the demolition of Keybridge House, a five-storey podium and 16-storey tower, whilst retaining, adapting and incorporating its double basement in to the new scheme. Previously owned by BT and once the world’s largest international digital telephone exchange; as the basement was reinforced with abnormal concrete slabs, the main tower incorporated asbestos within its structure and the site is close to a railway viaduct. The project presented a number of challenges.
Phase 2 comprised the demolition of existing buildings and associated structures (retained basement), and the design and construction of 125 residential dwellings and new school to ground and basement (including fit-out), associated external works and infrastructure.
We acted as client representative, Employer’s Agent, Project Managers and Cost Consultants on behalf of an LLP between Mount Anvil Ltd and A2Dominion.
Our Site Inspectors assisted our Employer’s Agent Team during snagging and de-snagging process to maintain robust quality standards throughout all phases.
Keybridge House LLP
Joint Venture Supervisor
Employer’s Agent/Contract Administration