The construction of a new landmark skyscraper in the City of London, known as the ‘Can of Ham’, consisting of 22-storeys of office space and ground floor retail space.
ROC were responsible for HV and LV shell and core works, including 3 basement levels and 3 CatA fit outs. The works included installation of two HV sub-stations on ground floor and two HV’s panels in the basement, along with a HV generator on the roof.
Arranged over three basement levels and twenty-one floors above ground, 70 St Mary Axe is the latest edition to London’s increasingly visually-competitive skyline.
The elegantly tapered building Harris has tasked Mace to build will house 28,000m2 of premium office space set over 21 floors. The building’s unique shape means that each office floor is a slightly different size from the ones above and below it, but all benefit from views out through the building’s glazed exterior.
Never one to shy away from a challenge, Mace led the project as the main contractor from pre-construction to completion.