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6 Mitre Passage Also known as Peninsula Central Building B

 

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  • 6 Mitre Passage and 14 Pier Walk were developed in tandem as the first office blocks in the Greenwich Peninsula development.
  • The floor plates of the building curve slightly responding to the circular shape of the nearby Millennium Dome, or O2 as it's also called these days.
  • The interior of relatively slender floor plates are column-free.
  • The external appearance of the glass curtain walls is influenced by the Paul Klee painting "Fire at Evening" which has inspired the modular facade.
  • An open loop ground water extraction system that runs 80 metres under the building. In sinking boreholes so deep the water that is employed comes out at a temperature of only 14 degrees centigrade. This allows the beams in the offices to be chilled and helps provide 10% of the total energy of the project from renewable sources.

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Agent
Jones Lang LaSalle
Architect
Farrells
Consulting Engineer
Hilson Moran Partnership
Developer
Quintain Estates
Lend Lease Europe
Main Contractor
Bovis Lend Lease

Reference Data

Reference No.
5964
First Uploaded
18-03-2009
Last Editorial Date
10-01-2015
 

Building Location

Address
Millennium Way, Greenwich Peninsula, London. SE10 0ER
Council
Greenwich
County
London
Region
London
Country
United Kingdom

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Building Specification

Status
Complete
Proposal date
2007
Construction start date
2008
Completion date
2009

Roof Height (AGL)
54.20
Floor To Ceiling Height
2.85

Total Floors (O.G)
13
Plant Floors
1
Number of Lifts
6

Market Data

Primary Use
Office
Secondary Use
Retail

Floorspace (sq m)
18,208.00

Metres > Feet