C C Land
Architect - RSH+P; Specifier - ARUP
Main contractor - Laing O'Rourke; installers - Crown house Technologies and Fullflow
BLÜCHER® EuroPipe, BLÜCHER® Channel
Designed by architects RSH+P and constructed by Laing O'Rourke, the 224m-tall Leadenhall Building is already recognised as a great piece of contextual architecture and a genuine new icon for London, one of the very few buildings that will be instantly identified with the city.
Owned by C C Land, the building was a joint venture development by British Land and Oxford Properties. Its credentials provide the development with unrivalled integrity, authenticity and quality. It is designed and built to previous owners, British Land and Oxford Properties’, guiding principle: that a sustainable approach is essential to delivering high quality buildings.
BLÜCHER® EuroPipe was specified by ARUP and installed by Crownhouse Technologies. BLÜCHER® EuroPipe runs from the 400mm-diameter stainless steel interceptor all the way to the roof. The stacks were installed, off-site, onto 12m modules by Crownhouse Technologies in Wolverhampton. These modules were taken to site and dropped into place, with the connecting pipework installed traditionally on site.
The canopy that covers the large entrance atrium is drained by a siphonic rainwater system, also BLÜCHER® EuroPipe, that was installed by Fullflow.
BLÜCHER gullies are installed in the plant room areas.