Farrat assist Arup in developing a structural thermal break suitable for latest redevelopment in Fitzrovia, London
20th Aug 2018
80 Charlotte Street is the transformation of 1960s single-use blocks into a fully integrated development in Fitzrovia, London.
The redevelopment will include an upgrade to interiors, adding new upper-floor extensions and three new atria above roof level. The finished scheme will be a mix office, residential, retail and public space and aims to achieve an environmental rating of ‘Level 4’ under the Code for Sustainable Homes.
Farrat assisted Arup in developing a structural thermal break suitable for use between the primary floor beam and column connections.
Understanding the structural requirement of thermal insulation on this project was crucial, and Farrat were able to engage with the designers in the early stages of the project. Farrat manufactured precision-cut Structural Thermal Breaks from our highest-strength material in accordance with the bespoke requirements of the customer, the BBA Quality Plan, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.
The Structural Thermal Breaks were supplied with a Certificate of Conformity in accordance with our British Board of Agrément (BBA) Certification. The BBA standard is a mark of quality and ensures that designers and clients have confidence in a product which is used in structural connections.