Landmark office development in Manchester wins Institute of Civil Engineers' Award | Bowmer + Kirkland
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ICE Regional Chair's Award for Constructability

The Landmark House site is particularly compact and presented many logistical challenges

Landmark House

Landmark House under construction

Our Landmark office development in Manchester city centre has won a prestigious award from the Institute of Civil Engineers.

The Regional Chair’s Award for Constructability was announced at a ceremony this week. The ICE North West awards recognise excellence and imaginative concepts in civil engineering practice across the North West.

We were awarded the £47m design and build contract of the 14-storey Landmark building in St Peter’s Square, Manchester and started on site in January 2017.

The compact site within the city centre presents a multitude of methodological and logistical challenges, all of which have been solved through high quality project management and with innovative solutions for the temporary and permanent works.

Landmark House is a 14-storey office building of the highest quality which meets, or exceeds, best practice for commercial offices. It will be a destination building with a CAT A fit-out, suitable for major corporate headquarters with 180,000 sq ft of office space, parking for 50 vehicles and a feature terrace on the 11th floor.

The building will achieve a BREEAM score of Excellent and will complete at the end of summer 2019.