The ‘Open Up’ project enhances the experience for artists, guest companies and audiences by making entrances and public spaces more inviting and encouraging visitors to enjoy the building throughout the day as well as the evening. The Linbury Theatre and foyer have been transformed to provide improved audience and technical facilities together with a new terrace off the Paul Hamlyn Hall and glazing of the existing terrace at Amphitheatre level.
Redevelopment of a 1980s former Royal Mail building into six buildings, including a new headquarters for Ted Baker. The scheme will feature 73 homes, 585,000 sq ft of offices and an 87-bed Ted Baker branded hotel along the Regent’s Canal.
Renovation of the Fox News Channel studios into a 7,600 sq ft state of the art work space including a studio space (“Studio N”) featuring 72 displays, robotic cameras and multiple data walls.
Located in the St Peter’s Square area of the city, the project involves the demolition of a former cinema on a restricted city centre site, utilising the existing basements and excavating further to provide two basement levels and 14 storeys of commercial Grade A office space above.
28 Liberty Street, the former headquarters for Chase Manhattan Bank, has been repositioned and includes a bar/restaurant on its north side and an event space which wraps around its south, east and west sides. The space comprises the entire 60th floor covering approximately 40,000 sq ft.
Designed by MUMA, this unique building provides a range of flexible community spaces, including performance hall, meeting place and events venue for residents and the wider community and a nursery, all arranged around a landscaped courtyard.
Redevelopment of St James Shopping Centre and the former Scottish Office to create a new two million sq ft retail-led mixed-use landmark development including retail units, residential, 5* hotel, apart-hotel, multi-screen cinema and car parking spaces.
Redevelopment of former MoD munitions store to create Scotland’s new National Building Conservation Centre which will bring the country’s built heritage to life through technology and hands-on activities.
Transformation of the former Olympic Press and Broadcast Centres into over one million sq ft of dedicated and versatile space for digital and creative companies – both established names and start-ups – in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Winner – BCO National Award 2018 for Refurbished/Recycled Workplace.
Redevelopment and 400,000 sq ft extension to the existing 1990s shopping centre, adding more stores, places to eat and leisure choices including a nine screen IMAX Cineworld cinema and Hollywood Bowl.
New home in King’s Cross for a number of UK based organisations founded by His Highness the Aga Khan, with six roof gardens, courtyards and terraces inspired by Islamic landscape design from around the world.
With Crossrail (the Elizabeth Line) due to open next year, interest is growing in Crossrail 2. Like the Elizabeth Line, Crossrail 2 will have a tunnelled section under central London connecting to existing surface lines. The new route will link south west and north east London, as well as destinations across Surrey and Hertfordshire and beyond, with new housing and development a major component from the start. Our role currently includes supporting the client team in the management and co-ordination of cost estimating and risk analysis.
Mixed-use transformation of one of Mayfair’s most iconic buildings including 137 guestrooms, five restaurants, six flagship retail units, a spa and a 1,000 person ballroom together with significant public realm improvements.
As part of the hospital’s significant redevelopment plans, the existing Cardiac Wing was demolished to level 4 and rebuilt to level 8. This provided the Trust with a new state of the art clinical facility which helped accommodate the increasing spatial pressures they were facing. The new hospital includes various clinical areas including wards, theatres, intensive care facilities and even a new outdoor play area.
Delivery of an iconic sporting venue offering the unique opportunity of providing world-class facilities for rugby and cricket side by side. Works include the demolition of the existing Rugby South Stand and construction of a new stand for Leeds Rhinos and Yorkshire Carnegie, demolition of the North/South Stand and creation of a new stand shared by rugby and Yorkshire County Cricket Club with panoramic views of both the rugby pitch and cricket ground. The adjacent pavilion is also being refurbished, including construction of a new link bridge connecting it to the new North/South Stand.
Designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, this is the third phase of development at Shard Quarter. The 26 storey residential-led development will provide 176 private residential apartments with a range of amenities on levels 4, 16, 17 and 27.
We show our dedication to the next generation through a variety of programmes and sponsorships aimed at helping them to build strong professional networks and learn the skills required to grow their careers.
In 2018 G&T invested in a new GT Market Intelligence microsite – an online platform with a curated selection of research, market intelligence and opinion pieces to help clients form an accurate picture of how the market is developing so that more informed decisions can be made.
G&T continued to invest in the wellbeing of its people through an extensive programme of sports including netball, football, softball, dodgeball and cricket as well as a variety of other events.
G&T has a proud history of giving back to the communities and cities we work in. One such project that we supported during the year was the Hidden Homeless competition which looked for ideas to help solve London’s homelessness crisis.
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In 2018 G&T invested in a new GT Market Intelligence microsite – an online platform with a curated selection of research, market intelligence and opinion pieces to help clients form an accurate picture of how the market is developing so that more informed decisions can be made.Visit our microsite