Client: Gilbert Ash
Value: £3 million
Period: 40 weeks

Scope of works: Oliver Connell & Son Ltd carried out the groundworks and RC Frame at 6-8 Alie Street in Whitechapel for the Royal College of Pathologists on a congested site on the edge of the City of London. The walls and columns had a high quality finish with elements constructed using a boarded finish. The slabs were constructed with bespoke coffers form Cordek. The building has seven storeys, with a basement providing catering facilities for the offices and conference suites on the ground floor through to level six. Plant rooms and further office and accommodation space are located on the seventh floor. It is only at this level that the building’s cast in-situ reinforced concrete frame gives way to structural steel which forms the frame for the roof, plant room and office. It is a landmark building for the Royal College of Pathologists

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