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Google Headquarters at London's King's Cross to be re-tendered

Reports suggest that the King’s Cross Headquarters for Google is to be put out to tender once again. Construction Enquirer has reported today that Google is ‘planning to re-tender its King’s Cross HQ [in London] contract due to radical design changes’. AHMM is still thought to be leading the architectural design but BAM Construct is reported to have been dropped from the project.

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