Overview of the project
We are carrying out complete external façade refurbishment, specialist restoration and redecoration, cladding and façade repairs, with the use of rope access and cradles.
Moor House is an iconic, primarily glass, office building located in Moorgate, London. With two flat facades and one giant curved one, the building almost takes on the appearance of an optical illusion. The 19 storey building stands at 84 meters tall, 29,000 square meters of prime real estate in the busy financial district. As one of the first buildings you see when you exit Moorgate tube station, it is pretty impossible to miss. In recent years the façade has seen little in the way of detail maintenance and repairs, beyond regular glazing cleaning and reactive repair.
The repair and refurbishment of the external façade of Moor House is a pivotal project, not only for the client but also for the City of London. Proactive and targeted façade maintenance will support the building both now, as the refurbishment commences, but also into the future.
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