Chelsea Waterfront is located on the doorstep of King’s Road’s most fashionable shops, restaurants and bars
About Chelsea Waterfront
Straddling Chelsea Creek, the Chelsea Waterfront masterplan includes the refurbishment of the historic Lots Road Power Station and creation of several new-build blocks, including a striking 37-storey tower. Originally built in 1904 to power London’s underground transport system, the site is now embarking upon the next stage in its remarkable history.
Our scope included fitting-out the low-rise buildings, which were already completed to shell and core standard, and the turnkey delivery of the 37-storey Hammersmith & Fulham tower. Having taken possession of the site following the creation of a new basement, we were able to immediately commence the fit-out of units in the lower-rise blocks whilst concurrently jump-forming the tower core and frame.
Our pro-active partial occupation strategy for the site meant that we could hand-over residential units in the lower level blocks at the same time as we were installing the tower’s unitised cladding system.
Served by a tower crane that was extended to an ultimate height of 120m as the frame progressed, we fabricated the steel balconies in-house as well as carrying out the frame, fit-out and services installation directly.