Google HQ, King's Cross, London

Client: Google

Project Value: £1m +

Duration: 1 year

Main Contractor: ISG

Architect/Designer: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

The new Google HQ at King’s Cross, London, is the first wholly owned and designed Google building outside the USA. EPC was delighted to contribute high-quality fit-out for the project, including the following:

  • Floor tiling to the café & back of house areas. The first-floor café floor tiling consisted of two different 600x600mm tiles covering 570m2. One was used as a feature tile and there was a decorative metal trim between them. Prior to this we brought in a screeding contractor to pump in the screed for this area.
  • Wall & floor tiling to WCs & changing rooms. In total, there were 8 WCs where we screeded and tiled the floors and walls.
  • Mosaic tiling to tea-point splashbacks. There was a tea-point on every floor (five in total) and each was tiled with 25x25mm mosaic.
  • Reinforced screed to café, changing rooms & WCs
  • Approximately 1800m2 tiling & 900m2 screed

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