68 King William Street – Rooftop Bar & Restaurant located directly above monument station and in one of the busiest pockets of the Square Mile, it is home to variety of mixed-uses including office, food, and retail tenants.
Sixty-eight King William Street is a London Development which encapsulates much of the company’s unique skill set and approach to development. A former home to a House of Fraser Department store that was no longer viable provided the opportunity to re-establish the rundown building as a spectacular mixed-use, office-led landmark building including a Rooftop Restaurant and Bar. With the intention to extend the usability of the building beyond the working day and attract evening visitation; the new Rooftop Restaurant and Bar was proposed for Levels 9 & 10.
In contact with a long-standing customer – CField Construction, we began speaking with the projects team who were already appointed to coordinate, design, and manage the refurbishment works being carried out at the 68 King William Street. To ensure our proposal was developed to the client’s satisfaction, we sent several samples for their view and approval. We then began working within BA Systems design and estimating teams to develop our full proposal for the Balustrade works. Later, we were successfully appointed following a post-quote meeting with the Commercial Team.
Our package Detailed the following:
Our B40 Structural Glass System was designed with 26.5mm thick clear toughened and laminated and heat soak tested glass
The Balustrades were designed to meet a 3.0kN/m in line with Document K Regulations for areas were ‘crowds gather’
We allowed for cover trims to the top edges of the base channel and for a 400mm high fascia trim to the terrace side of the fixing details
High quality of the installers and the products supplied and fitted.