The East Bank Queen Elizabeth Park in London is one of the world’s largest and most ambitious cultural and education districts. Its long-term success will be measured by the impact it has on the wider regeneration of the area and the creation of new opportunities for Londoners for decades to come.
Strong collaboration between engineers, architects and access consultants was essential to ensuring the East Bank was inclusive throughout.
In this interactive webinar our expert speakers will discuss:
- the early strategic decisions taken to ensure site challenges weren’t insurmountable
- how they worked collaboratively to ensure the client’s mandate that no mechanical interventions be used to move between levels
- how they satisfied the diverse requirements of many stakeholders including the BBC, Sadler Wells, the V&A and University College London.