Reducing dependency on mechanical ventilation and cooling equipment significantly reduces energy consumption.
Clad in traditional stone and bronze, the building is sympathetic to its context and will improve the surrounding public realm.
Bloomberg Arcade is now open to the public, reinstating an ancient Roman travel route and adding a new road to today’s City grid.
The ability to dynamically adjust airflow in response to occupancy hours and patterns is expected to save 600-750 MWhr of power per annum, reducing CO2 emissions by approximately 300 metric tonnes each year.
•Combined Heat & Power: An on-site Combined Heat and Power (CHP) generation centre supplies heat and power in a single, efficient system with reduced carbon emissions.
The new building will be opened on the 24th October, 2017 For more information on Bloomberg’s approach to sustainability, visit https://