New Embassy Benefits

One of the primary goals of Kieran Timberlake’s design is to demonstrate exceptional environmental leadership that is at or beyond the leading edge of practice when the building is completed. The design team established the following goals above and beyond the already stringent requirements established by the Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations for the New London Embassy: Carbon negative Self-sufficient

New Embassy – News archive & Timeline

Abbreviations used: CAC = Consular Access Compound NLE = New London Embassy 2015 December 2015 Topping-out ceremony. November 2015 Internal curtain wall completed for the Pacific forest and Mid Atlantic gardens Curtain Wall installation has moved onto level 8. Raised flooring installation continues levels 1 through 3 The glazing on the CAC’s has started and continues well. October 2015 Internal curtain wall

OBO in London – The New London Embassy

The Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations (OBO) directs the worldwide overseas building program for the Department of State and the U.S. Government community serving abroad. In concert with other State Department bureaus, foreign affairs agencies, and Congress, OBO sets worldwide priorities for the design, construction, acquisition, maintenance, use, and sale of real properties and the use of sales proceeds. OBO’s mission is

New London Embassy construction site panorama #2

Here is our second panorama photo of the construction site for our new London Embassy, viewed from the East.  Nine Elms Lane is on the right side of the photo. Accommodation and office facilities (green pre-fab buildings in the lower left hand side of the photo) are being erected. There are two stories now and will be five stories when

New London Embassy construction site panorama #1

Here is a panorama photo of the construction site for our new London Embassy, viewed from the East.  Nine Elms Lane is on the right side of the photo. Building works are on-going for the installation of diaphragm walls and production piles. Four (4) test piles are currently under way around the site. A large version of the panorama is

Aerial Views of Nine Elms

These photos present an aerial view of Nine Elms, Battersea. The first (above) is the area as seen from the south-east with the new site highlighted in yellow. A full-size (1000px by 583px) image is available (JPG / 160Kb, opens in new window) The second aerial view includes renders of the new London Embassy and new surrounding buildings, looking downstream

United States Announces Winner of New London Embassy Design Competition

 U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Louis B. Susman, and Acting Director of the Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations, Adam Namm, announced today that KieranTimberlake of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has won the design competition for the New London Embassy. [See: High-resolution images and video] KieranTimberlake’s design met the goal of creating a modern, welcoming, timeless, safe and energy efficient embassy for

U.S. Takes First Steps Toward Embassy Relocation

Meeting the challenge of providing a modern, open and secure American diplomatic facility in London, the U.S. State Department today signed a conditional agreement with the real estate developer Ballymore to acquire a site in the Nine Elms Opportunity Area in Wandsworth for the construction of a new Embassy. “This has been a long and careful process,” said Ambassador Robert

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