The former derelict Royal Mail sorting office on New Oxford Street in Central London has been brought back to life as a prominent site, reconnecting the post-industrial building to the city with a new mix of office, retail, residential and community uses.
With its unparalleled connectivity to transport, culture and people, The Post Building, designed by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, comprises 33,000 sq. ft of flagship retail, restaurant and gallery space across 135m of prominent double-height frontage within a mixed-use scheme, including 263,000 sq. ft of fully-let office space.
We have been appointed to provide structural engineering assistance to the new freeholder, including multiple retail unit fitouts with structural intervention.