The Battersea Power Station development takes place across 8 phases. Keltbray has been contracted to work on the structures element of the 3rd Phase of this development. Inspired by London’s typical regency style, the façade has been designed to take full advantage of the brightness of the buildings. Situated along the south bank of the River Thames, Battersea Power Station was designed according to strict principles of environmental, economic and social sustainability, with the aim of offering high quality residential solutions in the centre of the Nine Elms district. With about 4,000 residences, as well as 250 shops, offices, leisure facilities, bars, hotels and restaurants, the area will be a city within a city with seven hectares of public space.

Phase 3 will provide approximately 700 new apartments built alongside a high street of shops. There will be five buildings created to the east of The Electric Boulevard, to be known as Prospect Place. These will house double-height retail units at street level, a community park and multi-use community hub. Sir Robert McAlpine is the main contractor for this £1 billion project.  We secured the 100 week project to build the largest super structure currently being built in the UK.  Work started on site in May 2018 and is due for completion in April 2020. Scope of works include Concrete Frame, Drainage, Groundworks/Civils, Temporary Works, Pre-Con Advice/PDSA, Structural Demolition, Sub/Superstructure and

Reinforced Concrete Work.

Address 188 Kirtling Street

Making your way from Vauxhall Station Bus stand, stop E. you can get the following buses 436, 156 or 344.

Take the bus 3 stops to Riverlight Quay, this will take about 9 minutes. After getting off the bus cross over the road and walk towards the Sainsburys, which is located on the corner of Cringle Street.

Continue walking down Cringle Street and take a left on to Kirtling Street, walk down until you see a Sir Robert McAlpine entrance.

Parking available no
Length of Visit 20 Minutes
Maximum Group Size 15
Register by March 17, 2019
Disabled Access no
Child Restrictions no

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The next Open Doors will take place from Monday 16 - Saturday 21 March 2020.

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