Reuse Case Studies


Cat A fit out of an office building refurbishment in Baker Street, London.

Reuse elements: Internal fire doors, glazed balustrade, wood veneered bulkhead, external doors (metal and timber), MDF wall cladding, existing steel beams and intumescent paint, feature stair structure, and raised access floors.

Community education building, acting as a recipient project for reuse elements from 22 Baker Street (above).

The project will implement Circular Economy principles and processes in the construction of the new Oasis Nature Building and the aim is to build it exclusively out of pre-used materials. 

Deep retrofit of former 1930s Telephone Exchange at 1 Regent Street, Cambridge.

Reuse elements: Steel for a PV canopy, lighting, raised access flooring, reception desk, furniture. The project saved 21,000kg COe through use of reclaimed materials.

Refurbishment and 1 storey extension of offices in Sloane Square, London.

Reuse elements: Structural steel, ground floor paving.  34% of steel specified is reuse, accounting for a 60tCOe saving in upfront carbon, with the project on track to achieve 300kg/COe/m² total carbon saving and is a LETI Pioneer Project.


 Cleveland Steel & Tubes is the largest stockholder of non-prime and repurposed steel tubes in the United Kingdom. They offer repurposed steel for construction and infrastructure projects.

This case study includes information about Cleveland Steel & Tubes as well as real world case studies. 

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