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21 Moorfields

21 Moorfields is a flagship, high-specification office development situated over a major London Underground station and new Crossrail station.
Computer generated image of building design showing connections with walkways at street level

Sectors

Location

London, United Kingdom

Client

LandSec

Architect

WilkinsonEyre

Located in one of London’s busiest commuter hubs, this ambitious commercial project includes approximately 65,500m² of office space, all of which was pre-let. Improved pedestrian permeability is provided via the reconfigured Barbican high-walk connection. In addition, the development includes a new public square with improved landscaping.

Cundall worked with our client, LandSec, to enable the pre-letting of the building and included the tenant’s engineering requirements into the base building. This involved the provision of 8MW of stand-by generation and critical cooling systems for their IT infrastructure.

Peter Stocks, Partner, commented, "This has been a fantastic, high-profile project to be involved in. The Cundall team have worked closely and effectively with our client and the project team to achieve an amazing result. We maintained great team spirit and continued collaboration despite the impact of both Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic."

Key fact

Due to the inadequate electrical power infrastructure in the area, we had to bring in two new HV supplies and provide two new 33KV sub-stations within the building.

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Key fact

The development involved the re-provision of ventilation and cooling systems to several London Underground lines.

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Key fact

The procurement of the project involved pre-contract service agreements with four key sub-contractors prior to the procurement of the main contractor.

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This has been a fantastic, high-profile project to be involved in. The Cundall team have worked closely and effectively with our client and the project team to achieve an amazing result. We maintained great team spirit and continued collaboration despite the impact of both Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic.

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