Farrans on site at King's College London
Farrans is on site at King’s College London, completing refurbishment and alteration works to the Department of Engineering in the Quadrangle building. It has recently completed the construction of the centre piece monolithic curved staircase, a feat of engineering that looks like a work of art.
The Quadrangle building is a two-storey basement located under the existing external quadrangle deck in an area of significant heritage located between the Grade I listed King’s Building and Somerset House, stretching between the prestigious areas of The Strand and The Embankment.
As experts in the education sector Farrans was well positioned to take on this complex, heritage led and technically challenging project in the heart of London city centre. The works are phased and include structural elaterations, shell and core works to create lightwells, an oculus, insitu helical stair, refurbishment of the quadrangle deck, King’s steps and Somerset House East Wing lightwell and the upgrading of existing building services within the live campus.
Video uploaded on 30/12/2021 12:00am.Previous Page