Brogan are providing powered access on phase 2 of the Whitechapel Central project, on a development that will deliver 648 high-quality homes to East London.
The tallest building in the development, known as The Bouchon, will see Brogan Twin Passenger/Goods Hoists enable the construction of a 26-storey building that will house 198 studio, one and two-bedroom homes.
Two 8 Storey buildings will also be built with Brogan single passenger and goods Hoists, on an area known as the ‘Silk’ district, due to the historic association with the silk-weaving Huguenots who settled there.
The latest contract award reflects Brogan’s successful involvement on phase 1 of the Whitechapel Central project in 2019, where Brogan powered access solutions enabled a mixture of commercial and residential sites to be built on the former Safestore site between Sidney Street, Stepney Way and Raven Row.
Set within a £300 million regeneration area of 38,650 sq ft the development is near the new Queen Mary Bart’s Life Science medical research campus, new Crossrail station and c.1 acre of enhanced public open spaces.