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Broadgate office complex

The Broadgate office complex, arguably the most innovative building project of the 1980s and the UK birthplace of construction management, is finally to be completed. Railtrack has signed a joint-venture agreement with Broadgate owner British Land to construct the two phases of the project left unbuilt when the property crash hit in the early 1980s. Phases 12 and 13 will built on a raft over railway lines running out from London's Liverpool Street Station. The development will cost around pounds400M and provide 700,000 sq ft of office space.

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