Quinn Infrastructure are delighted to announce we have been awarded the multi-disciplinary Phase 2 Separation works at the Broadway Complex (55 Broadway) for Transport for London this month. The Grade 1 listed building located in the City of Westminster traditionally functioned as a purpose built Headquarters for the former ‘London Electric Railway Company’, now known as Transport for London.
The objective of the project is to separate the complex into two sections (TfL demise and the new occupier demise) splitting the existing services into two. Such a prestigious project requires extensive planning and expertise delivery and we feel confident in delivering this project for TFL, managed by Mott MacDonald, on time, in budget and to the highest quality.
Quinn Infrastructure have already begun site setup with experienced Project Manager, Willem Rossouw, leading the helm working closely with TfL to make this project a success and retain the art-deco building to its former glory. This project reinforces Quinn Infrastructure’s track record in electrical and mechanical skillset but also showcases our capabilities as a multi-disciplinary contractor. Our Head of Operations, Geoff Bosley, said ‘’We are honoured to have the opportunity to be involved in the future development of this iconic landmark.’’

History
55 Broadway was built in 1929 and was one of the first of the original skyscrapers that dotted London’s skyline. Architects, Adams, Holden and Pearson were keen for a bold design which, for the time, was thought to reflect the Underground group’s vision for the future. Despite some controversial comments on the sculptures works, the revolutionary approach was celebrated winning the London Architectural Medal.

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