Leadenhall

47 storey office building in the City of London, aka 'The Cheesegrater'

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Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners, Leadenhall Building is a 47 storey office building in the City of London which has affectionately been given the nickname ‘The Cheesegrater’ due to its distinctive tapered profile. The building is designed to protect the views of St Paul’s Cathedral from Fleet Street.

As well as offering retail and dining facilities with modern, flexible office space the building sits atop sixteen inclined columns and braces leaving a seven storey landscaped open space at the base of the building, covering nearly half an acre.

 

Location

London, United Kingdom

Distributor

BSS

Contractor

Crown House

Specification

Hattersley supplied a range of commissioning valves, general valves including strainers and non-return valves.