Tower Bridge: New Mezzanine Floor

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Tower Bridge: New Mezzanine Floor

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Sykes were appointed by the City of London to install a new mezzanine floor within the South Tower at Tower Bridge.

The project was required to provide additional storage and office space above the third floor level. The site area was previously used to prepare food for functions within the walkways that link the north and south towers.

Works comprised of the erection of steel framing and connections to the existing steel structure, extending the existing passenger lift to serve the new level and forming new openings within the lift shaft, removal of a timber balcony and making good all areas disturbed.

The exhibition route passed adjacent to the site area and passenger lift. The Tower Bridge Exhibition remained in operation throughout the period of works meaning that there was constant public movement in close proximity. Works were carefully co-ordinated in such a way, as to cause the least amount of disruption to visitors and staff.

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