Atrium Point (formerly Kellogg Tower)

Greenford, LB Ealing

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Client: Interland Group

Project: Conversion of a former multi-storey office HQ to create 270 new PRS units and a 100-space rear car park.

Cost: £27M

RIBA Project Stages: 3-6

Kellogg Tower was originally the multi-storey UK HQ of American company Kellogg Brown & Root, with a gross internal area of 175,000ft² spanning over 4 separate 8-storey blocks. Our client acquired the site in 2015 with the plan to create 270 new residential apartments, with a mix of studio, 1-bed and 2-bed units, under permitted development legislation. A separate, full planning application was later sought for alterations to the external façade. This included the full replacement of all windows, curtain walling, an atrium lid removal to create an external environment and the introduction of external balconies, which provided outside space to several of the new apartments.

The opportunity

The site is in close proximity to Sudbury Hill tube station and therefore benefits from excellent transport links to Central London via the Piccadilly Line. This site has created significant housing opportunities for the local area.

The challenge

The existing building comprised of 4 separate blocks, connected by an enclosed internal atrium. To accommodate the change of use and provide suitable ventilation to the new apartments, the roof of the atrium needed to be removed entirely and the space converted into an external courtyard. The specialist demolition of the atrium roof required full scaffolding and extensive waterproofing works to the formerly internal atrium walls and ground floor slab, whilst satisfying the stringent requirements of the client’s structural warranty provider.

The outcome

Total Project Integration successfully delivered the project on time and within the client’s budget.

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