EAG back in the City!

Date: 3 February 2017
Source: www.eag.uk.com
30-32 Lombard Street, London EC3
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Project: 30-32 Lombard Street, London EC3

ISG have appointed English Architectural Glazing as specialist glazing sub-contractor to provide a unitised construction facade incorporating high performance double glazed windows with Moleanos Limestone infill, as part of this multi million pound development.

This prime redevelopment located in the heart of London’s City will provide 5,390 m2 of office accommodation on the ground and nine upper floors;  the building will also have a lower ground floor and a basement.

30-32 Lombard Street, London EC3

The design of the building incorporates unitised curtain walling and stone cladding elements to its façade, with terraced areas at floors 7 and 9.

The building is expected to achieve a BREEAM Excellent environmental rating, “through a design focused on the use of high performance building materials and highly efficient mechanical and electrical services”.

Edward Whipp, Pre-Construction Director of EAG, comments “We are pleased to add this commission to our broad portfolio of commercial schemes in London for 2017 while extending our working relationship with ISG”.

EAG will commence on site in mid 2017.

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