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Heyne Tillett Steel

Heyne Tillett Steel

Heyne Tillett Steel is a structural and civil engineering practice with a reputation for delivering intelligent low carbon solutions on complex, urban sites.

Established in 2007 by Founding Directors Andy Heyne, Mark Tillett and Tom Steel, the practice’s work spans all major building types, materials and methods of construction, however what makes Heyne Tillett Steel different is our ability to uncover the full potential of structures and spaces. An enquiring approach to engineering challenges, allows us to always look for innovative solutions that maximise a project’s potential. And because we love what we do, we want to be involved in every phase of a build - from demolition and temporary works through phased construction and detailed fabrication. By being involved from the outset, we can make things happen, carefully sequencing and illustrating each stage of work to create efficiencies in time, cost, programme and carbon. 

As engineers, it is our responsibility to reduce the amount of carbon we use in our design – from the materials we specify and construction methods we recommend, to how we design for the future, optioneering to find the most sustainable solution and collaborating to embed sustainability into a project from concept through to completion. For us, it is a mindset, not a tick box exercise.

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4 Pear Tree Court
London
EC1R 0DS
Tel: 020 7870 8050
Email: mail@hts.uk.com
Web: http://heynetillettsteel.com

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Millennium Bridge House

Millennium Bridge House

Planning Granted

The sensitive and sustainable refurbishment and extension of the existing structure of Millennium Bridge House to create a flagship office building in the City of London

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Republic London

Republic London

Built

Republic London is a next generation office and education campus at the forefront of East London’s commercial and cultural regeneration.

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The Gramophone Works

The Gramophone Works

Under Construction

The former home of Saga records, Gramophone Works is a new landmark canal side commercial scheme comprising a mix of refurbished, extended and new build contemporary office spaces.

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Chart Street

Chart Street

Under Construction

Chart Street is a redevelopment of an existing 1930s masonry warehouse located in Hackney. The building has been remodelled into a sustainable and collaborative workplace.

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160 Old Street

160 Old Street

Built

The former Royal Mail building at 160 Old Street, London has been transformed into a contemporary office building

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Republic Masterplan

Republic Masterplan

Built

The Republic Masterplan has delivered landmark, timber-framed workplaces, comprising the retrofit of two existing office buildings and the creation of a new vibrant, biodiverse public realm

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The Standard

The Standard

Built

Extensive refurbishment of an existing 1970s Brutalist council office into a contemporary boutique hotel.

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7 Holbein Place, SW1

7 Holbein Place, SW1

Proposed

Grosvenor's proposals include significantly refurbishing this 1980s office building to create a high quality, flexible and sustainable workspace. There will be an extension on the top floor.

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Tintagel House

Tintagel House

Built

Interiors for The Office Group’s flexible work space on the Albert Embankment, Vauxhall, inspired by the rich heritage of the building.

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