The Centenary Square project is a 13.5 Million pound public realm refurbishment scheme, undertaken on behalf of Birmingham City Council, the main features of the project include:
- 43nr architectural lighting columns approx 25 - 27m high
- Approx 1,600m2 "reflection pool" incorporating 28nr water jets capable of reaching 3m in height
- Approx 12,000m2 of new granite paving (60mm thick)
- Removal, storage, cleaning and reinstallation of existing statues and engraved paviors
- Installation of 100mm thick concrete slab beneath all paving
- Installation of PAS rated street furniture (bollards / bins) and concrete benches
- Installation of non-PAS rated street furniture (bollards / bins / benches / cycle stands)
- Formation of 3nr new planting areas incorporating resin bound gravel pathways, benches, tree planting and low level planting
- Specialist clean to existing listed building (Hall of Memory)
The project will be near completition so you should be able to see the fountains, benches will be in place and the lighting colums will be installed.
|Address||1 Centenary Square
Site is located outside the Library, 10 min walk from New street station.
|Length of Visit||1 Hour|
|Maximum Group Size||20|
|Register by||March 17, 2019|
The next Open Doors will take place from Monday 16 - Saturday 21 March 2020.