AJ Article

Interesting article in the Architectsjournal on the reuse of stone on 81 Newgate Street by KPF architects. FMDC Ltd‘s contribution in our capacity both as façade engineers and geologists was key to make stone reuse happen on this project. The stone reuse journey started with FMDC Ltd carrying out surveys of the existing facades, determining the existing stone sizes and matching […]

Wood Wharf E3 E4

The installation of the cladding is progressing at pace on Wood Wharf E3 E4, a 52-storey residential tower by KPF architects for developers Canary Wharf Group. The unitised curtain wall by cladding contractor KFK is racing up, with the unitised panels already installed up to Level 32 and all panel brackets fitted up to Level 46. FMDC Ltd have been involved in […]

ZAK World of Facades Manchester

FMDC Ltd‘s Lefteris Siamopoulos presented our work on the reuse of stone at Zak World of Façades Manchester, at the Panorama St Paul’s project by KPF architects, currently under construction in the City of London. This unique project uses Portland stone carefully removed from the existing building, which is then resurfaced, cut to size and cast onto new precast panels (by Grants Group), for […]

FOOTPRINT+

Join us at FOOTPRINT+ next week for a stimulating discussion on an important topic. FMDC Ltd’s sustainability lead Gianluca Rapone will chair a panel focusing on the role of facades in retrofitting office buildings, for which the ongoing retrofit of Woolgate Exchange by Stiff + Trevillion Architects for developer Stanhope PLC in the City of London Corporation will be used as a case study. FMDC […]

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New Zealand House CCF PMU

FMDC Ltd recently attended a successful Performance Mock-Up test for the Closed Cavity Façade currently being manufactured by Josef Gartner GmbH for the revamp of New Zealand House in Haymarket, London. Originally designed by RMJM and completed in 1963, the building was the first continuously glazed and air conditioned office tower in London and was given a grade […]

L’Etape Greece Cycling Race

On Saturday 6th April, our colleague Nathanael Tzoutzides took part in the L’Etape Greece cycling race. The race started in the central square of the historic area of Ancient Olympia, going through the traditional villages of Nea Persa, Agia Anna, and Mouzaki, the olive groves of Northwestern Peloponnese and back to Ancient Olympia for the finish line. […]

Natural Stone Journal Article

FMDC Ltd‘s Senior Geologist, Lisa Nunn was asked to write an article for the first edition of the Stone Federation Great Britain magazine – Natural Stone Journal. Lisa’s article highlights the importance of selecting the right natural stone for interior projects and key technical aspects to consider for your design. FMDC Ltd | Lisa Nunn | Stone Federation Great Britain#facadeengineering #facadedesign #interiordesign #naturalstone https://lnkd.in/ei9ZEUw4 Link to […]

11 Belgrave Road

The installation of the facade of 11 Belgrave Road, an office building by Eric Parry Architects for property developers Quadrum Global, is nearing completion. The timber stick curtain walling by PACEGRADE LIMITED is located behind self-supporting precast concrete pier and spandrel panels on the main Belgrave Road elevation and faced with terracotta tiles by NBK Architectural Terracotta on the remaining facades. FMDC Ltd worked […]

334 Oxford Street PMU

Major milestones have recently been achieved on 334 Oxford Street, a mixed-use building in London by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris architects for developers Ramsbury Group. FMDC Ltd recently attended a Performance Mock-Up test at Scheldebouw B.V.’s factory for the unitised curtain wall of the project. The unitised curtain wall comprises a combination of large flat glazed panels and smaller projecting panels […]