The Royal Wharf development is one of the country’s largest residential and commercial projects, located at the heart of London’s Royal Docks £3.5bn regeneration in the Silvertown district.
A joint venture between Ballymore Group and Singapore-listed Oxley Holdings, the 161,874m2 development will deliver a total of 3,385 residential units and 10,000m2 of retail and commercial space when fully completed. Almost 45% of the 40-acre development footprint is planned as public open space, according to the developers, including a 2.4-acre park and a riverfront promenade, while the development will also feature a piazza-style square, leisure facilities and a high street.
At the end of 2015, building services engineering firm Tate Consulting was appointed by the joint-venture development partners to provide a full mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) design service in BIM for Phase 2B of the project, working closely with architect Whittam Cox, structural engineer OCSC and contractor Roundstone Construction Services to coordinate the design. Continue reading here