Broadgate Circle (London)
Client: British Land
Architect: Arup Associates
Broadgate Circle is London’s latest dining hub, with a diverse collection of restaurants, bars, cafes and ‘street food traders’. Situated close to Liverpool Street Station, Broadgate Circle has a modern amphitheatre setting and offers international cuisine all year round – from breakfast to supper.
Lucas is renowned for its ability to carry out prestige fit out and finishing projects, Broadgate Circle is a new addition to this list.
Worked with contractor Mace, on this occasion Lucas was asked to carry out a toilet fit out which included ceramic tiled walls and floors, suspended ceiling, IPS panels and cubicles, Corian worktops, sanitaryware and the installation of mechanical and electrical systems throughout.
Lucas was also responsible for the installation of doorsets, ironmongery, drylining throughout the shops and ‘back of house’ areas, screeding, plastering, fire stopping, raised flooring and decoration to all areas.
One of the highlights of the project was a Hunter Douglas suspended larch timber ceiling using FSC sourced timber, which Lucas Fit Out was responsible for. It covers 75% of the ground level circular soffit, and is a centre-piece of this development.
Morcoe awnings to the front of the shops were supplied by Lucas to match with the bronze anodised facade, and the company’s technicians also provided the external texture plastered ceiling walkways.
Lucas is delighted to be associated with yet another prestigious project in the heart of London.
Mace's CEO speaks about the Lucas standard of work