St Paul’s House, Warwick Lane, London EC4

St Paul’s House was built probably in the 1920’s, and rebuilt after bomb damage and again in the 1960’s, 1970’s and 1980’s, giving a variety of engineering challenges to the structural engineer.

The building has been refurbished to provide a modern office block, with the basement completely revamped, ground floor lowered to be level with the existing pavement, new steel staircases, creation of service voids through ground, first, second, third, fourth, fifth floors, a new steel sixth floor with a roof over, together with infilling of a terrace from 4th floor to 6th floor creating additional floor areas and modifications to fire service lift and twin tenants’ lift shaft.

CLIENT – McLaren Construction
ARCHITECT – Ben Adams Architects
ENGINEER – Peter Dann Ltd
OWNER – Beltane Asset Management

  • Steelwork at St Paul's House, London, by BS Steels
  • Steelwork at St Paul's House, London, by BS Steels
  • Steelwork at St Paul's House, London, by BS Steels
  • Steelwork at St Paul's House, London, by BS Steels
  • St Paul's House, Warwick Lane, London EC4
  • Steelwork at St Paul's House, London, by BS Steels
  • Steelwork plans for St Paul's House, London, by BS Steels

Steelwork at St Paul's House, London, by BS SteelsSteelwork at St Paul's House, London, by BS SteelsSteelwork at St Paul's House, London, by BS Steels
Steelwork at St Paul's House, London, by BS Steels
St Paul's House, Warwick Lane, London EC4
Steelwork at St Paul's House, London, by BS Steels
Steelwork plans for St Paul's House, London EC4
Steelwork plans for St Paul's House, London EC4