Mace wins London Moorgate over-station office job

Mace wins London Moorgate over-station office job

Developer Aviva Investors and Allianz Real Estate is bringing forward the 101 Moorgate project which will provide eight floors of grade A office space, above a mezzanine-level business lounge and retail spaces.

 

Mace will be undertaking both the construction and category A fit-out on the 73,000 sq ft project.

 

Main construction will begin in October, with completion expected in September 2024.

 

The Moorgate over-station development will form part of the new Liverpool Street station Moorgate entrance.

 

Mace will make significant use of offsite solutions including the manufacture of precast concrete panels with double-glazed aluminium punched windows, fully assembled in a factory, further reducing the building’s carbon footprint.

 

Diesel-free in construction and fossil-fuel free in operation, the project will be fully electric using air-source heat pumps throughout, and photovoltaic panels – targeting BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating upon completion.

 

A generous roof terrace, and additional outdoor areas at lower levels will provide green spaces to enhance wellbeing for occupants.

 

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