The Lithuanian specialist will be on site for the next six months installing more than 13,000 square metres of unitised façade panels across the 263 apartments complex.
Staticus is one of the largest façade contractors in Northern Europe and was established 20 years ago in Lithuania where it owns a 14,000 square metre factory.
UK MD Paulius Gurksnys said: “We are both excited and deeply proud to be part of the development of this historic area in London.
“We love to innovate and will realise this project with a number of unique solutions including frameless façade elements hanging on tension rods with horizontal glass fins and a spider glass fixing system.
“It is going to look very special indeed.”
Midgard is main contractor on the job for developer RMS (England).
Staicus has offices in Lithuania, Norway, Sweden and now London.
The firm is growing its presence in the UK with recent projects including the X1 Media City towers in Manchester and the Aspire Point Tower in Stratford, East London.
Paulius added: “We utilise advanced research, methods and technology to help create visually stunning smart buildings, where people can live and work in harmony with the environment.
“This latest project at Royal Mint Gardens is a real coup for Staticus and strengthens our position in the UK façade market.”