Work progresses on the Helios penthouses plot B, BBC TV centre.
Subbies busy themselves to conclude at Campden Hill.
After, read the full story here.
Architecturally aesthetically pleasing, blends in perfectly. Well done team.
The first exposed apartment section of the courtyard block C.
Mike thanks for the photo.
Date: July 2017
Project: Embassy Gardens Ph2 Block A05
Ballymore have selected English Architectural Glazing as specialist facade trade contractor to provide a mixture of high performance aluminium curtain walling, windows, sliding doors and rain screen cladding as part of this multi million pound residential development.
Embassy Gardens is a prestigious development located at the heart of the Nine Elms in the South Bank Opportunity Area which will be a landmark riverside neighbourhood adjacent to the new US Embassy. With an enviable central location on the banks of the Thames and close to London’s cultural Southbank, Embassy Gardens takes in spectacular views of Westminster to the east, Chelsea and Pimlico to the north and the iconic Battersea Power Station to the west.
The most unusual feature of the whole development is without doubt the “Skypool” linking two blocks at level ten allowing residents to swim across from one block to the other whilst looking down through the water to street level some 30m below. Not a dip for the faint hearted!
Edward Whipp, Pre-Construction Director of EAG, comments “We are excited to add this major project to our broad portfolio of recent contract wins in the London market and are delighted to be working with Ballymore again”.
EAG will commence on site autumn 2017.
Architects: Reddy Architecture + Urbanism
Client: Eco World Ballymore Embassy gardens Company Limited
Image courtesy of: Ballymore Group
See the right angle!
The ground and first floor glazing is underway at 160 Aldersgate.
Thanks for the snaps chaps
Once the stone cladding has been applied they will make there way to the City for installation.