Pascall+Watson Relocate London Headquarters to BlackfriarsSeptember 2014
Award winning international architecture practice Pascall+Watson will be relocating its London office to Black Friars Lane in Central London, from Monday 22 September 2014.
The business will occupy five floors of office space housed in refurbished Grade 1 listed warehouses, just moments walk from their award winning redevelopment of Blackfriars Station. The Warehouses date from the 1780s, when they were added on to the Apothecaries Hall which was built shortly after the Great Fire of London.
Phil Holden, Managing Director of Pascall+Watson commented, "Our London-based team has spent 24 years in our current offices to the south-west of the city. During this period, we have seen significant success and consequential growth, extending beyond our home markets to become a truly international organisation.
Our move to the heart of London puts us centre-stage and represents the next steps in our continuous evolution. The location enables us to work efficiently with both our colleagues and clients and provides a vibrant workplace for our team."
Pascall+Watson is now in its fifty-eighth year and have grown to be one of the world's most experienced transportation architects. In recent months, the practice celebrated the openings of Terminal 2 at Heathrow Airport, Pulkovo Airport in St. Petersburg and were delighted to receive both an RIBA London Award and the NLA Award for Transport and Infrastructure for Blackfriars Station.