We are delighted to announce that Prater will play an integral role in the redevelopment of the Angel Court Tower in the City of London. The £125 million renovation of the 25-storey tower will increase the total floor space from 18,000 sqm to 28,000 sqm and include the complete replacement of the façade with floor to ceiling glazing.
Originally built in the 1970s, the redesign of the tower by Fletcher Priest Architects for Mitsui Fudosan is part of a wider redevelopment that will also see the creation of new public spaces in the Bank Conversation Area.
In a contract worth in the region of £1.4 million, our specialist engineers will be working on several aspects of the Angel Court Tower project including both above and below ground waterproofing as well as the plant room facades and access hatches. Our project team will also install the limestone paving and underlying structures on the new rooftop terraces.
The Angel Court Tower project, which is already underway, has been designed to achieve a BREEAM Excellent rating and is due to be completed in summer 2016.
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