Mace was appointed in August 2017 as Construction Manager for Phase 2 of the Battersea Power Station development, comprising the completion of work to the Grade II* listed London landmark. It was a happy return to the project, having been initially involved in 2013 to complete the early preparatory works, including the rebuilding of the four iconic chimneys.
As the cornerstone of the entire Battersea Power Station regeneration project, the Power Station will include 250 new retail, food and beverage units as well as a c.2,000 capacity events venue, a chimney lift experience, a six-acre park and riverside walk enabling the Power Station to be opened to the public to enjoy for the first time.
The Power Station building will also provide c.500,000 sq. ft. of new office space, and will be home to Apple’s new London Campus, and a new garden square. The £9bn redevelopment of the 42-acre site includes a new tube station, new Thames pier and river-bus service, over 3 million sq. ft. of commercial space, including 1.25 million sq. ft. of office space and over 4,000 homes.
Following a safety briefing, visitors will enter the Power Station to see the works underway and hear about the development plans. There will be an opportunity for Q&A and visitors will meet some of the key figures working on the project’s delivery.
|Address||Mace Battersea Power Station Phase 2 Project Site Office,
36a Cringle Street,
Nearest tube station: Vauxhall. Take the 156 or 344 or 436 bus and get off at the Nine Elms, Cringle Street bus (next to the Sainsbury’s Metro store).
Walk down Cringle Street to the end and you will come to a series of security turnstiles. Register with the security guard on the gate and then proceed in to the Mace site office welcome reception, and you will be escorted from there.
|Length of Visit||1 and Half Hours|
|Maximum Group Size||15|
|Register by||Feb. 28, 2018|
Over 16 years only, 16 to 18 year olds need parental consent form