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One Molyneux


A private development in the residential area of Marylebone Central London, involving the construction of 32 luxury apartments on top of a treble basement. The project is located on a residential street and nestled between 2 listed residential buildings which are being supported temporarily as the new structure is formed.

The structural scope of works involves the installation of a secant piled wall, excavation of 6,500 m3 of material to a depth of 13m from street level, temporary propping to support the adjoining structures along the with a waterproof RC basement box and frame construction to 6 floors above ground level.

The interior element of the project will involve the fit out of 32no 1,2 and 3 bed apartments of duplex and single story type to a high end finish as is required by the client and is in keeping with the location.

Solar panels will be installed on the green roof of the building which will contribute to the reduction in CO2 emissions required for new developments in London.

The basement will hold the plant and storage rooms for the building, along with car parking facilities with cars being stored 3 high using specialist mechanical car stackers with access to the basement provide by a car lift. The façade will be of roman style brickwork with stone reveals facing into double glazing windows and doors with bronze finished frames and balconies.

 


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Client: Elliott House Guernsey
Works Value: £15m
Contract Type: JCT Design & Build
Project Manager: Cushman & Wakefield
Quantity Surveyor: IESIS
Architect: Modular Studios
Structural Engineer: IESIS Specialist Structures
M&E Consultant: CDP

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“The finished building looks great and your team can be congratulated on a fine achievement. In anticipation of the reopening on Friday we have already taken the hanger off our ‘At Risk’ Register. We plan to identify your project as a major success over the past year at our Heritage at Risk National Launch.”
Robert Parkinson
National Planning & Conservation Architect
English Heritage