Results tagged “siemens”
Sustainable structure The Crystal has picked up top prize for innovation at the annual awards of the British Council for Offices.
A shining example of sustainability in the Royal Docks has attracted its 50,000th visitor.
A £1billion scheme to develop a new UCL university quarter and create an estimated 3,300 jobs in Stratford has been agreed by Newham.
The council now enters detailed negotiations with University College London over the 23-acre site at Greater Carpenters Neighbourhood.
German company Siemens, which has opened the Crystal on the Royal Docks, is no stranger to these shores.
In 1843, 19-year-old engineer William Siemens, pictured in later life, left Hamburg for the UK with a patent for an electro plating process and to expand the family business.
The Crystal, flagship of the Green Enterprise District of east London, opened its doors yesterday welcoming guests from around the world to the "global knowledge hub".
The distinctive building at one of end of the Royal Docks and serviced, in part, by the cable car, represents an investment of £30million by Siemens.