Construction Enquirer Work is hoped to start on Hemisphere building before the end of 2022
Developer Sciontec has unveiled details of the next landmark building at Liverpool’s Paddington Village in the heart of the Knowledge Quarter.
The firm has gone out to public consultation ahead of submitting plans for what it claims will be Liverpool’s first operational net zero carbon building.
Liverpool City Council as landowner is working with Sciontec to deliver the £35m Hemisphere project.
Alongside the 120,000 sq ft of Grade A office provision, Hemisphere will include an array of collaboration spaces, a wellness studio, café, and extensive new areas of biophilia inspired high-quality, green, public realm.
The building designed by AHR Architects aims to achieve the principles of an operational net zero carbon building, a ‘WELL’ Building Platinum Standard, and BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’.
Sciontec is the KQ Liverpool spin out development company and is jointly owned by Liverpool John Moores University, the University of Liverpool, Liverpool City Council, and Bruntwood SciTech.