Over the next 12 months Staticus will install a combination of unitised timber and aluminium stick façades across a total area of 8,700 square meters on the office complex.
Staticus will manufacture the unitised façade panels in its factory in Lithuania, equipped to operate up to 12 simultaneous production lines, before delivering them to Two New Bailey Square for installation.
Staticus UK MD Paulius Gurksnys said: “An interesting aspect of this project is the external structural steel frame with its visible connections and splices left exposed and protruding from the façade.
“Whilst this is unique and looks extremely striking, it means that we will need to use special sealing and prefabrication techniques to build the cladding units and overlay the façade panels. It is an extremely complicated installation.”
Timber features heavily in Two New Bailey Square’s ground and first floor.
Staticus will install aluminium façade onto the timber profiles, milling connection joints into the profiles to create an aesthetic, natural view of the timber framing.
Gurksnys added: “We have grown our presence in the UK exponentially, opening a new office in London and taking on lucrative contracts in the City, Manchester and Liverpool.
“This positions Staticus strategically for further expansion in the first quarter of 2019, so we are looking forward to what we anticipate will be a very successful year.”