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100 Liverpool Street

Refurbishment and extension of mixed-use Broadgate development

100 Liverpool Street in Broadgate, central London’s largest pedestrianised neighbourhood, is an ultra low-carbon building boasting smart-enabled infrastructure. Adjacent to Liverpool Street Station, the development offers 433 000 sq ft (40 227m2) of workspace and more than 20 000 sq ft (1 858m2) of landscaped terrace gardens looking over to St Paul’s Cathedral.

QCIC was contracted by Hopkins Architects to provide security consultancy for the planning stages of the refurbishment and extension of 100 Liverpool Street. We were retained by Hopkins Architects as their security consultant for the remaining project stages.

The proximity of the 100 Liverpool Street development to critical transportation infrastructure meant that QCIC was required to give special consideration to the protection of public spaces. We achieved this through the inclusion of blast prevention and electronic security design.

QCIC coordinated its security consultancy with the City of London Police and with Transport for London (TfL) to ensure that the proposed security measures would not negatively impact the nearby transportation infrastructure.

The project was certified Excellent in the BREEAM sustainability assessment.

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Project Details





Hopkins Architects


London, England, United Kingdom



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Property developer


Automated access control system design, Blast design, CCTV design, Hostile vehicle mitigation, Planning advice