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Expedition provided structural and civil engineering services for the preplanning design of the new development of Enderby Place on the Greenwich peninsular.

The 263 residential units are arranged in two towers: 30 and 21 stories above a landscaped podium over basement parking levels. The scheme also incorporates the on-shore facilities for London’s first international cruise port including terminal building as well as passenger drop-off and ship servicing circulation below the podium between the residential developments. The terminal roof will be accessible and have an extension of the landscaped podium, with views along the river to Greenwich and Canary Wharf.

Expedition worked closely with the design team to develop efficient tower design with consideration of the phasing and construction sequencing needs to permit the operation of the terminal ahead of completion of the residential towers. The project was granted planning permission by the Royal Borough of Greenwich in 2015.

 

People:
Julia Ratcliffe
Fiona Wyatt

Images provided by The Manser Practice Architects + Designers

 

Client: Westcourt Real Estate

Architect: The Manser Practice Architects + Designers

 

Enderby Place and London International Cruise Terminal