Battersea Power Station is an iconic Grade II* listed building on the banks of the River Thames. Derelict since 1983 it is undergoing a complete transformation along with its surrounding area, into a new creative urban quarter for London.
We were brought on to support Mace with Phase 2 of the redevelopment, restoring the power station itself.
This mixed-use development will be home to hundreds of shops, restaurants and cafes, an events venue, new homes, office space and a unique chimney lift experience offering 360 degree views over London’s skyline. There is 10,000 square metres of glass shopfronts within the Battersea Power Station split over 4 levels.
We designed and installed bespoke architectural glass and metalwork to the shop fronts and chimney lift enclosures, whilst working within the constraints of the heritage aspects of the building. Our technical team were instrumental in delivering a solution that is able to manage the structural, movement and tolerance challenges.
We also designed and installed acoustic and fire rated glazing within the residential amenity spaces and to various meeting rooms.
Within the existing wash towers to which the iconic chimneys sit upon, we have installed glass lift surrounds to the new vertical passenger lifts.