Project Title: University College London Faculty of Laws Redevelopment
location: Endsleigh Gardens | Bloomsbury | LONDON
Completed: February 2018
Client: University College London
project manager: Parsons Brinckerhoff
quantity surveyor: AECOM
Architect: Levitt Bernstein
Structural Engineer: Curtins
services engineer: Buro Happold
Project Value: £16million
Design and redevelopment of a Grade II listed
Bentham House, with a neighbouring mid-20th
century building, Gideon Schreier Wing,
within the predominantly Georgian conservation area.
The adjacent building was significantly remodelled including a major extension at the rear and a completely new exterior façade with Portland stone. Gilbert-Ash delivered a quality space for teaching, research and professional services, as well as improved common areas for staff and students of the Faculty of Laws. The works were completed within the live and occupied University College London campus in Bloomsbury.
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