10 Trinity Square is a Grade II listed building overlooking the River Thames in Tower Hill, in the southeastern corner of the City of London. Built in the Beaux Arts style, it is best known as the former headquarters of the Port of London Authority.
Badly damaged by enemy bombing during World War II, it was rebuilt in the 1970s with a functional rectangular office block occupying the central part of the building. RBW Estates brought its exacting standards and advised the client on design, budget and contractor selection to convert the former Port of London Authority building into a luxury 120 bedroom hotel with spa, restaurant, fitness club and swimming pool, alongside 37 private residences and private members' club.
Budget review | Design review & optimisation | Contractor strategy & selection