This central London’s largest data centre project comprised the complete redevelopment of an existing 90,000sf facility on an island site for a colocation company. In addition to extensive core and shell and structural modifications.
With its student population rapidly increasing, University College London (UCL) needed more space on its Bloomsbury campus. The solution – Re-organise 1-19 Torrington Place.
Structure Tone London managed the construction of the new headquarters offices of 30 Euston Square for The Royal College of General Practitioners’ (RCGP) in their first move in half a century.
Youthscape is a British Charity that helps disadvantaged young people through hands-on therapy, counselling and programming.
Structure Tone was honoured to lead the fit out of the Willis Building, one of London’s most iconic new towers.
Structure Tone was successfully appointed with delivering the 20,000sf office space for Edelman in the brand new CAT A building at Howick Place.
TripAdvisor approached Structure Tone to undertake the fast-track, 26,395sf of refurbishment as part of a major expansion in the UK market that was phased over four floors and includes an American diner and a slick New York-style roof top terrace lounge among its many feature floors.
Following a successful project at 100 Brompton Road, London, Carlson Capital, who was previous referred from our Dallas office, appointed Structure Tone to strip back their offices located on the seventh and eighth floors of 100 Brompton Road to CAT A followed by a negotiated CAT B fit-out.
The project at 60 Victoria Embankment was much more than “just another project.”
Amazon's 46,000sf photography studio is situated on Geffrye Street under the arches of the East London train line near Hoxton railway station. The building itself was a former glass factory and a steam train repair yard that date back more than 100 years.