Battersea Power Station (Phase 2)
Client: Battersea Power Station
Architect: Wilkinson Eyre Architects
Since it was decommissioned in 1983, Battersea Power Station has stood derelict on the South bank of the River Thames. Renowned for its four chimneys and art deco design, the iconic Grade II listed building is undergoing a massive transformation that will see it restored as a mixed use development, creating over 25,000 jobs once completed.
This complex project will open the building and riverside to the public for the first time as Battersea Power Station retains its unique historical features even after it is given a new 21st century purpose.
As the centrepoint of the regeneration project, the Power Station will include approximately 100 new retail, food and beverage units, as well as a 2,000 capacity events venue and unique chimney lift experience. The Power Station will also provide circa 500,000 sq ft of new office space which will be home to Apple’s new London Campus, and will include over 250 new residential homes.
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Appointed by sub-contractors for the assistance of drafting variations, completing valuations, preparing, submitting and negotiating final accounts and the compilation of claims substantiation. Phase 1 of Chelsea Waterfront has led to further commissions for Phase 2 of the scheme which continues through 2020/2021.
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