PCE Ltd were delighted to have been appointed as specialist contractors for the design, manufacture, and construction of the £110m refurbishment of the iconic Covent Garden landmark building, Space House.
The sustainably-driven Space House rejuvenation project sees PCE once again work with Main Contractors BAM Construction, on behalf of London-based real estate developer Seaforth Land, bringing new life to the landmark Grade II listed building in Covent Garden, London. Using its innovative HybriDfMA Bespoke system, PCE will design and deliver the structural solution for the new cruciform units to Level 15 & 16 and re-install the refurbished roof T units at Levels 16 & 17.
The iconic Space House, designed by Richard Seifert & Partners and known for its innovative architecture and a striking brutalist concrete cruciform façade, dates back to 1968 where it was first occupied by the Civil Aviation Authority. This historic landmark is now undergoing a comprehensive redevelopment in a project that aims to transform the building into a highly sustainable, smart structure designed to BREEAM's Outstanding standards.
In what is an exciting yet challenging rejuvenation project, PCE are delighted to deploy its cutting edge system build approach and offsite expertise in what will see the extended reuse of a historic, eye-catching structure for decades to come. PCE are proud to partner with BAM in what is a true project of sustainability, following the success of the award-winning Sir William Henry Bragg Building repurpose project.