The Francis Crick Institute
– Case Study
The Francis Crick Institute is located in a new state-of-the-art building built next to St Pancras International railway station in the Camden area of Central London. The construction cost was £465 million and including fit-out of the building the capital cost of the project has been approximately £700 million.
When it is fully occupied and operational, in early 2017, the Francis Crick Institute will employ 1500 staff, including 1250 scientists. By developing a new range of modular glass totems, back printed glass directories along with custom made pocket door signs we were able to realise the architect’s vision. Our signs are made in the UK, with quick turnarounds. Our team export signs to over 40 countries, carrying out design, manufacture and installation.
Architect – HOK
Contractor – Laing O Rourke