Build Phases

The scope of construction activities is:

Stage 1 – New structure and envelope:

  • Top down and bottom-up excavation
  • Concrete basement construction
  • Post tensioned concrete superstructure
  • Jump-form concrete core
  • Screeding and waterproofing in the lightwells
  • Scaffold and hoist erection
  • Stone façade installation with secondary steel frame and timber framed sash windows
  • Steel gantry for 5 storey modular accommodation on South Audley Street
  • Installation of accommodation modules and subsequent internal fit out

Stage 2 – Fit-Out (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP)):

  • Blockwork Construction
  • Drylining
  • Basement Swimming pool MEP installation
  • Installation of risers and on floor services
  • Lift installation
  • Dry lining to party walls and BOH partitions
  • Internal waterproofing
  • Screeding
  • External scaffolding to building perimeter
  • Installation of 3 external brick hoists, and 2no. goods / passenger lifts

Public Realm


Caudwell Properties (109) Ltd has appointed Philip Jackson to create a high-quality piece of public art to be displayed within Audley Square that is befitting of its setting within the Mayfair Conservation Area.

The bronze sculpture, which celebrates the beginning of fashionable endeavour and enterprise in 18th– century Mayfair, features an elegant lady on horseback accompanied by two stylish gentlemen engaged in lively conversation.

The intention of the sculpture is to both animate the new Audley Square public realm and retain a public square that is inspiring and enjoyable.

With a track record of delivering beloved cultural icons, Jackson’s work extends beyond Mayfair, encompassing animated figurative sculptures of sports legends like George Best, Denis Law, and Bobby Charlton, as well as notable pieces like “The Champions” World Cup Sculpture and Gandhi in Parliament Square.

It is important to note that the sculpture is not a memorial, or portrait of living personalities. While most of the existing sculptures listed above are finished in a realistic and to some extent highly detailed surface, it is Philip’s intention “to apply a looser and more sculptural textured finish that carefully hints at costume detail but is not overpowered by it. A contemporary salute to an historic moment in time.”


Mace’s goal is to be a leader in sustainable environmental practices and to continually improve the environmental credentials of our operations on the Audley Square Redvelopment. In essence:

  • Our processes and procedures are fully integrated into corporate management systems to ensure we meet the requirements of our client and the public
  • We are committed to procuring materials, goods, and services responsibly and with assurance from credible third party certification schemes
  • We have set targets to reduce our consumption of natural resources and reduce waste by adopting environmental best-practice and innovative solutions across the project
  • Best practice techniques and behaviours are employed to prevent pollution arising from our activities. We prioritise collaboration with our suppliers, clients and partners to pioneer new solutions to reduce environmental nuisance and airborne particulates
  • We proactively promote the conservation and protection of biodiversity and the environment throughout all business operations in addition to supporting biodiversity and healthy and active lifestyles.