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Paddington, Square London

Commercial Greywater and Rainwater Attenuated Recycling system

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Paddington Square, London

Paddington Square, designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano, will incorporate 360,000 sq ft of prime office space, 75,220 sq ft of world-class retail and dining space, a 13,650 sq ft rooftop restaurant and a new 1.35 acre public square. The development will also deliver a much needed £65m investment into London’s transport infrastructure that will provide a new Bakerloo Line ticket hall in Paddington Station. At the heart of Paddington Square, a Piano-designed office building will rise 14 floors above street level, with unrivalled views across Hyde Park and central London. Like Sellar’s previous landmark building designed by Renzo Piano – The Shard – the Paddington Square building will be designed to the highest standards, appealing to international and blue-chip occupiers. The building will also incorporate five floors of retail, mixing global, independent, high street and heritage brands, as well as high quality restaurants and eateries. It is estimated Paddington’s local economy will benefit by as much as £350m a year following completion of Paddington Square, while the development will bring approximately 4,500 new jobs to the area. Aquaco designed, manufactured, supplied and installed a Grey and Rain water attenuation system which processes 18,000 Litres per day of Grey water, plus a huge capacity of rainwater captured from the roof and sides of the building. This means has the capacity to recycle upto 7 million litres of grey water alone a year. Large portions of this project will be manufactured off site, to align with MACE goals of modular pre fabricated systems This project is expected for completion in 2022

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