Gateway Central and Gateway West structural works complete at White City Place

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12 November 2021
Yesterday we were pleased to celebrate the topping out at Gateway Central and Gateway West. Following commencement of works in September 2020, the structural works to Gateway Central and Gateway West buildings at White City Place are now complete, with remaining works now underway in readiness for a scheduled final completion in Q3 2022.
Forming part of the transformation of White City in London, Gateway Central and Gateway West are being developed by Stanhope on behalf of investors Mitsui Fudosan and Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo), on behalf of certain of its clients.
Gateway Central is a new eleven storey building comprising over 280,000 square feet of total floor space, including two outdoor terraces at Levels 4 and 8. Five upper floors of the building are pre-let to L’Oréal UK and Ireland for their new UK Headquarters.  Gateway Central takes 52% less energy to cool than a comparable building due to its solar-control glass with shading from external fins and shelves.
Gateway West is a new four storey building comprising 25,000 square feet, it is a strong, angular brick building, providing an opportunity for a stand-alone headquarters within the new business district. A collaborative approach to sustainability has lowered embodied carbon, achieved 2025-2030 energy performance targets and doubled the biodiversity on the site.
The project team includes Sir Robert McAlpine (Construction Manager), Allies & Morrison (Architect for Masterplan and Gateway Central), Gort Scott (Architect for Gateway West), AKT II (Structural and Façade Engineers), Sweco (MEP Engineer) and Deloitte (Cost Consultant).
David Camp, CEO, Stanhope said:
“This is another major milestone in the delivery of Gateway Central and Gateway West and the overall regeneration of White City. We look forward to welcoming L’Oréal to White City upon completion, they will be in good company with a range of other leading creative businesses.”   

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