100 Liverpool Street, London
100 Liverpool Street is the flagship project in the Broadgate development, located at the gateway to the campus and adjacent to Liverpool Street station entrance. It has become British Land’s first net zero carbon development and one of very few in London.
The refurbishment and extension have created an as-new building totaling around 515,000 sq ft of office and retail space. A further three floors were added including a spectacular restaurant with external terracing on the 9th floor.
- Developer: British Land
- Principal Contractor: Sir Robert McAlpine
- Commissioning Managers: Burgess
The project is designed to a BREEAM excellent and WELL Gold standard
Energy efficient, water saving, waste reducing, ecology friendly. Designed and managed to the highest sustainability standards.
90,000 sq ft of retail space on three levels
Unique curves on each level allow more sunshine onto people relaxing in the Broadgate Circle.
Smart system technology
Provision of systems for connections of potential multiple tenancies
Working adjacent to and interfacing with Liverpool Street railway station
Key building in the Broadgate redevelopment scheme
Mixed use commercial, retail and public realm
Sir Robert McAlpine
Project Challenges & Characteristics
Burgess were appointed by Sir Robert McAlpine as their commissioning management team to oversee the testing, commissioning and integration of all the shell and core MEP services.
- The development incorporates smart building technology which provides the backbone to integrate lifts, lighting system, building management systems, security systems, metering etc. onto one common network
- Thorough factory testing of all equipment to ensure that all communication protocols were compatible
- Accurate provision of services for future tenants through incorporation of constant volume boxes, future loops etc.
- Early sectional completion of the bus terminus offices and welfare facility
- Interfaces and provision of services to retail units
- Comprehensive fire alarm cause and effect and integrate systems tests