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Centre Point Development Decking

Large commercial installations to residential terraces, our expert team can help you from design to install. Please call us on 0208 088 4888 or email info@envirobuild.com.

Hyperion composite decking

The Project

Project Breakdown

Commissioned by Almacantar, the Centre Point development is an ambitious project to revive Centre Point’s iconic 34-storey tower. Constructed of pre-cast concrete segments in the 1960s, the 117 metre (385 ft) Grade II listed tower still dominates the West End skyline today, providing panoramic views across the city.

A collaboration between Conran + Partners, Rick Mather Architects and Multiplex Contractors, the brief was to transform the office space into 82 high-end residential apartments ranging from 80 sqm homes to a spectacular 600 sqm double-level penthouse apartment valued at £55M.

The refurbishment of this London icon is at the forefront of the current regeneration focused on Tottenham Court Road Station, which will be a major transport hub with the opening of Crossrail in 2018.

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Hyperion composite decking

The Solution

EnviroBuild provided over 200m² of Hyperion Pioneer Granite decking for the incredible penthouse apartment balcony and walkway.

The EnviroBuild technical team worked closely with SMS, Multiplex and Conran to overcome some difficult design and drainage features, ensuring the finished product was to the exacting standards of one of the capital's most exclusive properties.

Project Details

Size: 200m²

Colour: Granite

Product: Pioneer Range – Hyperion Decking

Substructure: Manticore Plastic Lumber

Location: London

All images courtesy of Rick Mather Architects & Conran and Partners

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