Overview.

Curo Construction delivered 1-10 Huguenot Place for Banbury Estates Ltd in 2020. This CAT A office redevelopment comprised of a ‘cut and carve’ to the existing horseshoe of buildings, along with a new-build extension, including a new basement and two above ground levels.

The development has four distinct buildings that are all linked via an external architectural metalwork walkway and serviced by an external glazed lift shaft.

The project was logistically challenging as it is surrounded by residential properties. The restricted access and limited space for material laydown and deliveries meant the programming of the build and sequencing of trades was key to maintaining the momentum on site.

This scheme included many aspects of construction, including demolition, refurbishment, new build and basement construction, with extensive temporary works, to deliver the three story commercial office development. From a reinforced concrete basement, steel frame, handmade brick and zinc façades, to a high specification CAT-A interior finish with exposed MEP services, the project provides a fantastic new commercial development in the heart of East London’s Brick Lane.

Client

Banbury Estates Ltd

Architect

Unum Partnerships Ltd

Sector

Fit-Out | Refurbishment

Contract Type

JCT Traditional

Gallery of works.