Built in the 1990’s as a state-of-the-art banking facility, the development of One Triton Square offers the amenities, flexibility and additional flooring to support a range of residents. The building is being renovated and adapted to suit today’s workstyles.
As part of the renovation, a significant portion of the façade and superstructure was retained while additions were made to improve specific aspects such as energy and heating efficiency.
The team working on Triton worked hard to save carbon, cut waste and deliver the best working environment, which enabled them to achieve BREEAM Outstanding on the project.
- 57,000 tonnes carbon saving and growing, enough to offset energy consumption in over 14,100 London homes.
- Environmentally responsible, socially active workplace for 4,000 healthy and happy people.
- 2.7m floor to ceiling glazing, along with shading, to fill offices with natural daylight for wellbeing.
- 5 panoramic terraces for events, socialising, meeting, working, exercising and relaxing.
- 492 m2 of green roofs, with insect hotels, beehives and bird boxes for nature in the West End.
- 536 cycle spaces, along with lockers and showers, encouraging active lifestyles and green travel.
This reuse project, at a pivotal time in contemporary construction, demonstrates the value of collaboration, teamwork and shared ambition
Peter Marshall Steel Stairs provided steel staircase extensions for Levels 6 to 9 with temporary steel balustrade and temporary tread and landing protection.