Westfield Stratford

Westfield Stratford City is the prestigious gateway to the London 2012 Olympic Park. The mixed-use development is one of the largest retail-led urban regeneration projects in the UK. The shopping centre sports a combination retail and leisure spaces connecting it with major transport links. It is also the heart of the new Stratford City residential and commercial area.

Robert Bird Group led the structural design of the development, which includes retail, hotel, office, leisure and car parking facilities. The construction solution typically comprised steel frames with composite floor slabs for the superstructure, and reinforced concrete construction within the substructure. The design had to incorporate significant flexibility for future adaptations and extensions to the base-build structure, including additional basement excavation and additional floors above existing structure.

Project Value:     
£1.8 billion
Year Completed:
2011
Building Metrics:
Total Area: 1.9m sq.ft. retail
1.1m sq.ft. office space
Levels: 3 storeys retail + 4 basements
3 anchor stores
Over 300 individual tenancies
5,000 car parking spaces
3 hotels, a casino, cinema and bowling alley
Environmental Performance:
BREEAM Rating: Very Good

Sectors:
Retail
Commercial
Client:
Westfield
Primary Contractor:
Westfield Construction
Architect:
Westfield Design
Exec Architect BGI
Buchan Group
Robert Bird Group Services:
Structural Engineering

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