2,000 sq m
SystemCAM-V high level return and CAM-C underfloor return
41 Lothbury is located in the heart of the City opposite the Bank of England. The 146,000 sq.ft. grade II listed building, designed by architects Mewes and Davis was constructed in 1926 as a purpose built headquarters for National Westminster Bank and features a Portland Stone façade, interior columns, marble floors and walls.
Fully redeveloped in 2004, the building offers a blend of contemporary office accommodation with historical period features. The adoption of underfloor air conditioning permits designers the freedom to retain ceiling features of special architectural interest and full height glazing is also unrestricted. A combination of CAM-C (underfloor supply and return air) and CAM-V (underfloor supply and high level return) units were supplied allowing complete flexibility of air conditioning provision over the nine above-ground storeys.
Consultant – Faber Maunsell
Developer – Grosvenor Ltd
Main Contractor – Wates
M&E Contractor – Glibbery Services
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