The project comprises two new 27 and 32 storey towers, alongside existing period buildings and features 15,500m2 of high quality office space up to level 6, as well as retail at ground floor level and a boutique hotel, restaurant and members club in the refurbished Georgian terrace on Sun Street.
One Vanderbilt is set to become the tallest office tower in Midtown, Manhattan providing over 1.6m sq ft of space over 58 storeys with public observation deck. On completion, it will be the second tallest building in New York after One World Trade Center.
Set in the Grade I Listed former Midland Bank building, the new hotel includes nine restaurants, 252 bedrooms channelling 1920s and 1930s design and a social and fitness club where members have access to a rooftop pool, gym, spa and late night lounge.
The project involved the refurbishment of one of the UK’s biggest museums and
research centres holding 400,000 pieces from Glasgow’s civic collection, the National Library of Scotland’s Moving Image Archive and Digital Resources and Glasgow University’s Hunterian Collections Study Centre. It is also home to Glasgow’s largest fitness gym.
The landmark Grade II Listed modernist building on Kensington High Street has been refurbished and now provides three gallery spaces, an events space, restaurant and café as well as an auditorium and educational spaces including a broadcast quality television studio.
Officially opened at the beginning of September, The Lexicon is part of the regeneration of Bracknell town centre which includes the creation of 580,000 sq ft of new retail and leisure space, supported by a 1,300 space multi-storey car park and landscaped public spaces.
Coventry University has opened its new flagship Science and Health
Building (SHB) which extends the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences’ state-of-the-art facilities for continuing education and professional development. The £59m, five-storey 11,000m2 building in Coventry’s city centre aims to inspire the next generation of Health and Life Science leaders through its dynamic exploration and simulation learning environment.
Forming the final element of the Spinningfields masterplan, the new £80m building provides flexible office space over 20 storeys with two sub-basement levels providing car parking, cycle storage and changing facilities. The building also includes a world-class restaurant and winter gardens on the 19th floor.
Earls Court Masterplan is one of the largest urban redevelopments in London. Including a joint venture between Capco and Transport for London, the redevelopment began in 2013 and aims to provide 10,000 new jobs for the local community and 7,500 new homes. Following demolition of the existing buildings Earls Court 1 and 2, the current works involve de-risking the site for future development.
Construction of three new buildings - Classroom, Residential and Respite Buildings - which allow children and young people with additional support needs, including autism, to go to school and live in a safe environment while teaching them the skills needed to prepare them for adult life.
The new cruise ship terminal, located at the port of Miami, has been designed to receive the new 230,000 Gross Ton, Oasis Class vessel. This will be the largest cruise ship in the world.
Forming part of the wider Wellington Place scheme, the Grade A office building comprises 378,000 sq ft over eight storeys and has been pre-let to HMRC.
G&T has an ongoing commitment to championing the next generation of property and construction professionals across the built environment. Through our NextGen programme and associated NextGen sponsorships with New London Architecture and London Real Estate Forum we support up and coming individuals to build their networks and develop their skills at some of the industry’s most prestigious events.
G&T is proud to support the Architectural Association’s (AA) Haiti Visiting School for the last three years. The school was set up as an annual programme following the catastrophic earthquake that hit Haiti in 2010 to teach local architecture students how to build more robust homes using sustainable materials such as bamboo. G&T collaborated with the programme director, John Naylor, to introduce the ‘G&T Award for Determination’, which recognises one student each year who makes an outstanding contribution to the programme.
G&T has an extensive sports and social engagement programme encouraging communication and collaboration between teams across the firm. G&T has a number of sports teams including football, softball, cricket, dodgeball and netball. They had a fantastic year representing G&T against tough opposition.
G&T is the first founding member of The Stone Circle, a new corporate fundraising initiative launched by English Heritage. In 2015 English Heritage was given charity status and now has the freedom outside of government to determine its future. The Stone Circle is part of an ambitious programme to raise £75 million in the next seven years, with £33 million needed in the next three years in order to meet its immediate objectives.
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