Following the summer riots in 2011, the Greater London Authority needed to provide a facility which would be used for community regeneration.
Following the summer riots in 2011, the Greater London Authority needed to provide a facility which would be used for community regeneration. The Qube and its architects worked with the Greater London Authority to design and build a scheme which provided a high quality meeting room and externally decked areas for public use. The Qube were able to offer a fully managed project which created a veranda entrance area and large canopy to visibly signify the importance of the project and highlight the entrance way whilst creating a youthful and positive vibe for the community. The building was opened by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and local Tottenham football star Ledley King.
The Qube were able to demonstrate to the Greater London Authority, its capabilities of meeting a design and build brief, with short delivery deadline and made complicated by working on a busy high street and within the confines of a listed building site. This was achieved by using The Qube’s fast track twin module off site construction which provides on time and on budget building projects.
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