Client: Bloomberg/Stanhope
Contractor: SRM/Gartner
Architect: Fosters
Sector: Commercial
Project Value: £4.5m
Location: London

Project Scope:

Unitised Curtain Wall
Ground Floor Curtain Wall
Bronze feature Fins and Rainscreen
Aluminium Doors


Located between the Bank of England and St Paul’s Cathedral, clad in traditional stone and bronze, the Bloomberg HQ, in London, provides approx. 1.1 million square feet of office space. It is the largest stone building project in the City of London since St Pauls Cathedral, and has been credited as the world’s most sustainable office, winning the RIBA Stirling Prize for Architecture.


NACWL was contracted by Joseph Gartner and Sir Robert McAlpine to provide the management and the installation of the unitised curtain walling system, including bespoke bronze fins and associated pressed metalwork. Plus, the design, supply, and installation of the bespoke gantry system and specialist lifting equipment.


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