The Carter, 11 Pilgrim Street
- Sector: Commercial
- Contractor: ISG
- Location: London
Originally built in 2001, The Carter has undergone a major refurbishment, which has involved substantial reconfiguring of the floor plates and core areas.
The building is based right behind the City Thameslink station’s south entrance, a stone’s throw from St. Paul’s Cathedral.
102 steel doors and 117 timber doors, including single bi-fold doors for the accessible WCs on each floor, were specified. The bi-fold design ingeniously allows sufficient width for a wheelchair, without causing an obstruction to other passers-by when being opened.
ISG was the Main Contractor. The Architect was Stiff & Trevillion.