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Balfour Beatty award Lorne Stewart Engineering one of London's hottest new residential developments

Lorne Stewart Engineering - Southern Region are proud to have been awarded the full M&E services installation for No.1 Palace Street in St James’ Park, London.

London-based developer Northacre is turning this historic building near Buckingham Palace into a private residential structure, giving residents the chance to live in one of the city’s most iconic neighbourhoods.

Once complete, the development will house 72 apartments, offering impressive views over the gardens of Buckingham Palace, 10,000ft2 of leisure facilities and encompass five architectural styles, ranging from French Renaissance to Contemporary, with a Grade II listed retained façade.

The project entails the refurbishment, alteration, partial demolition and redevelopment of buildings at 1-3 Buckingham Gate and 1 Palace Street, including excavation to form four basement levels in connection with use as residential accommodation, spa and swimming pool, residence facilities and restaurant use, together with associated servicing, storage, plant, landscaping, basement parking and ancillary residential facilities.

Lee Burgess, Managing Director of Lorne Stewart Southern Region commented:

“We are delighted to have been awarded this contract by Balfour Beatty and, as always, are committed to delivering a first-class project that will utilise our industry leading expertise in the luxury accommodation and listed sectors.

Having delivered some of the world’s most exclusive residential and mixed-use developments including; One Hyde Park, Goodman’s Fields and The Lancasters (Grade II Listed), and currently working upon The Glebe and Centre Point we are without doubt the best people for the job and will ensure we deliver best practice (lessons learnt), innovative and value engineering solutions throughout all stages of this two year project.”

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