CONGRATULATIONS to the 2024 Best Tall Building MEP Services Project Finalists.

This award recognises tall buildings that offer outstanding contributions to the advancement of MEP engineering. Entries should detail how technical solutions in mechanical, electrical and plumbing services improve performance, supply chain integration and ease of maintenance.

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Cundall & Gratte Brothers – 21 Moorfields, London

21 Moorfields is a flagship, high-specification office development situated over London’s Moorgate underground and rail station, and the Elizabeth line ticket hall. Providing approximately 55,000m² of prime office space across 14 floors, the development is supported by a substantially resilient services strategy, normally only seen in data centres. It has BREEAM ‘Outstanding’, LEED Gold ratings and is WELL ready, and will serve as Deutsche Bank's new UK and European headquarters.

Hoare Lea – Longley Place

The former Longley Industrial Estate provides a new architectural typology for the build-to-rent sector; a multi-use building comprising 209 BTR apartments, also known as York & Elder, alongside 33,000 sq ft of co-working office space which supports Brighton’s creative community. Achieving BREEAM Excellent and residential HQM Level 4, Longley Place offers excellent resident amenities, including three rooftop gardens, a gym, lounge areas and a private dining room.

Ove Arup and Partners – 8 Bishopsgate

8 Bishopsgate is a distinctive addition to the City of London’s skyline for Stanhope & Mitsubishi Estate. The building is characterised by its attention to detail, holistic approach to sustainability, and rigorous integration of structure and services into the overarching architectural vision. Conceptually, the building challenges the traditional tower by breaking the massing into smaller blocks, allowing the tower form to address the site constraints and bring human scale to the building.

RHB Partnership – Hylo Tower

Hylo is a mixed-use development under construction on the edge of the City of London. The simplicity, continuity, and unity of purpose of the facade belie the articulation that goes on behind it. There are several salient points that illustrate this overarching statement. This project transforms an outdated and vacant 1960’s building into a 28-storey landmark tower. The facade consists of a collage of brick and glazed panels which blends in the neighbourhood of existing residential towers.


DAMAC Tower is a vertical mixed-use community, offering market and affordable homes, retail, and office spaces in a sculptural composition of terra cotta, reconstituted stone, and glass. DAMAC Tower consists of three distinct elements composed to create impressive views from every aspect of the development. The all-electric building features residential amenities, a roof garden and a six-storey skybridge.


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