Greennight International,
76 Cannon Street

Type: Refurbishment
Value: £1.9m
Duration: 51 weeks
Architects: Grid Architects
QS: Emmaus Consulting
M&E: Silcock Dawson & Partners

Disused building in prime London location transformed
into smart and desirable office space.

Our project at 76 Cannon Street involved refurbishment and fit-out of the disused building to attract companies looking to operate from a prime London location. Situated opposite Cannon Street station, the building was previously in very poor condition, and our client wanted to refurbish it with a view to let it out to different businesses as office space.

The building undergoes a full upgrade

Our team was employed to refurbish the building and complete a Cat A fit-out throughout. We installed a new lift with access to each floor, and new toilets. New ventilation, lighting, power, air conditioning and heating, and raised floor access was installed in the spaces.

A new reception area was created which featured bespoke reception desk joinery; terrazzo-clad and topped with stone. Resin flooring and a glass canopy was installed, along with unique, vertical finned, feature wall panelling. A new roof terrace was formed, creating an outdoor social space for the building’s tenants. The office interiors were modernised with new ceilings, toilets, common parts and services.

Location Location Location!

During this project, we overcame challenges ranging from scaffolding delays, noise restrictions and the complexities of construction within a central London location. Health and safety was crucial as always, due to the build site being in a high footfall area.

The completed work has transformed the formerly disused building into premium quality office space, perfect for any company wanting to work in central London.