10 Trinity Square, London
Conservation of Grade II* Listed Architectural Elements
One of the most iconic Grade II listed buildings in London. This building is of national importance as it was the first headquarters of the Port of London and the venue for the 1st UN meeting, and is being converted into a 7-star hotel.
The primary conservation work undertaken involved the conservation of the facade of this Grade II Listed Architectural building in the heart of London. Extensive conservation and repair work was conducted following the erection of 24-storey scaffold structure.
Additional work included the demounting, secure transportation and off-site conservation & subsequent re-fitting of architectural elements that included:
- Laylights (rooflights)
- Metal Windows (Phase 600 no.)
- Wrought Iron stair balustrading
Architect Woods Bagot Principal, Rob Steul, says: “10 Trinity Square is one of the most iconic Grade II* listed buildings in London and indeed is of national importance given its history of being the first headquarters of the Port of London Authority.”