New offices for consulting engineers reflect growth plans

Consulting engineers Buro Happold, who have delivered London landmarks including Battersea Power Station and the Millennium Dome, are to take up new offices in the capital, as they look to expand and attract more top talent.

The firm will take office space at 66 City Road, London EC1 later in 2023, located on the 5th to 8th floors of The Featherstone Building, a short distance from Old Street and Liverpool St underground stations and opposite the iconic White Collar Factory campus. 

Buro Happold, which has had offices in London for over 30 years and boasts a significant portfolio of projects at all scales, said the new location aligned with its commitment to strategic growth, by enabling expansion and new business opportunities, as well as continuing to attract top talent. 

Justin Phillips, board partner and London Office Director, said the firm was delighted to be locating to The Featherstone Building, as the space “represents our continued commitment to serving our clients at the highest levels and reaffirms our commitment to the London market”. 

“We are especially pleased that The Featherstone Building, developed by Derwent London, strongly aligns with our environmental commitments and provides a place to express our design and consulting capability,” he added. 

“With growth in mind, we will design the space for and with our employees, to foster internal and external collaboration, to innovate and be a creative, enjoyable space.  

“We look forward to this exciting chapter and to welcoming everyone to our new space towards the end of the year.”

With nearly 600 staff based in London, Buro Happold proudly work for a diverse range of private and public sector clients across multiple areas.

Other London landmarks it has proudly delivered include The Michael Uren Biomedical Building, Carpenters Land Bridge, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and Stratford Waterfront.

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