Client: Bloomberg/Stanhope
Architect: Fosters
Contractor: SRM/Gartner
Sector: Commercial

Located between the Bank of England and St Paul’s Cathedral and clad in traditional stone and bronze, the new 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 worlds most sustainable office and won the RIBA Stirling Prize for Architecture.

NACWL were contracted by Joseph Gartner and Sir Robert McAlpine to complete 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.

This high profile and highly complex project required NACWL to use all its strengths and experience to deliver a truly world class building. The exacting nature of the project enabled NACWL to focus on quality and safety like never before. The result is something we are rightly proud of.


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