CPI EuroMix has supplied over 260 tonnes of dry mix mortar for the remodelling of the Tate Modern, on London’s Bankside.
Designed by Herzog & de Meuron Architects, the redevelopment has transformed the Tate Modern with the addition of an iconic new building added at the south of the existing gallery, providing 70% more space to the gallery.
To create the new exhibition and gallery space, an extensive amount of remodelling has had to be undertaken on three existing basement levels and seven floors of this Bankside extension, all of which required a considerable amount of mortar. Specialist brickwork contractor Alltask turned to CPI EuroMix who provided 260
tonnes of natural coloured mortar. The product was used in the remodelling and reconfiguration of a number of internal walls and blast walls, within the existing building.
The mortar was provided by Buildbase in easy to handle 25kg bags.