| Posted by Samantha | Apr 25th 2017
Tintagel House – The Knight of Vauxhall’s Round Table

Unlike its namesake, Tintagel House is not a castle from the medieval age and instead a former 1960’s twelve storey building on the Albert Embankment in Vauxhall, London. Previously occupied by the Metropolitan Police for nearly half a century, Tintagel House has been used as offices and continued Commercial office space after the Metropolitan Police vacated in 2011.

Having successfully completing the enabling works earlier in the year, we have now commenced the second phase to this project and will begin the extension and improvement works in the coming weeks.

Working alongside The Office Group (TOG) we will construct a new two storey RC Frame extension to the front of the building, clad with ceramic tiles, brickwork and double height curtain walling system.

A new roof terrace and green roof will be installed to the twelfth floor providing views over the Thames and Embankment all the way up to Westminster. Hard and soft landscaping will also be carried out to the front and grounds of the building.

Internally, the staircase extensions and enclosures will be refurbished and the lift shafts will benefit from an extension and renovation.

The refurbishment will see the building provide 78,000 sq ft of new serviced offices for The Office Group.

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