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Olympic House

Queens House JV Partnership

Olympic House

Queens House JV Partnership

The design and construction of the £3.5 million Olympic House Office Development, on the outskirts of Lincoln, was carried out by Lindum for the Queens House JV Partnership. The building was completed on schedule and provides prestigious offices for a number of companies including Langleys Solicitors and Savills .

The Lindum Team was able to use their extensive experience in the design and construction of offices, resulting in an attractive and functional building on a site previously used for light industrial purposes. The use of our in-house Development, Architectural, Cladding, Plant and Waste Disposal divisions proved a great help to the construction team in the successful completion of this high profile project.

The client opted to commence the shell works prior to finalising the internal floor layouts and finishes. The project team then developed the interior space concepts, produced cost options and alternatives which allowed the client to make informed decisions. Lindum's flexible approach allowed the client to incorporate changes late in the build programme, which ultimately produced a better solution for the client within budget.

The building is finished to an extremely high standard. Particular features of note are the main entrance, internal atrium, glazed circulation space and the steel and glass main staircase which makes an immediate impression on entering the building. The building is enveloped in highly reflective glass providing a bold facade.

Technical Details

Client Name:

Queens House JV Partnership


Main Contractor


L5 Design



Contract Period weeks:


Project Status:

Project Completed

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