Ontario Tower & New Providence Wharf

London, United Kingdom
Market: 
Mixed-use
Products: 
RoofingWaterproofing
Project Type: 
New Construction
Completion Date: 
2006

New Providence Wharf, a mixed use urban village featuring apartments, offices, retail and leisure space and, a 27 storey hotel and apartment building designed towards the urban regeneration of this area in London. Four oasis pools were created as a habitat for local nesting birds. Hydrotech Structural Waterproofing was also utilised to provide a fully bonded reinforced seamless coating for podiums, balconies, water features, canal areas. 

Owner: 
Ballymore UK
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Architect: 
Skidmore Owings & Merrill
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