Located on Greenwich Peninsula by the O2 Arena, The Tide is London's first-ever elevated linear park, connecting Peninsula Square by North Greenwich tube station to the North Greenwich riverboat pier on the River Thames.
The park is part of east London's vast Greenwich Peninsula masterplan and, once complete, will be 5km long, creating a loop through seven neighbourhoods on the peninsula.
Created by New York architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro - co-designers of Manhattan's High Line - in conjunction with engineers AKTII, the elevated walkway is formed from a series of sculptural islands. Four of these are single level and 6m high with a fifth, two level island 9m high allowing visitors to experience the park from different vantage points alongside trees and giant sculptures, including a piece from Damien Hirst.
G&T has been delivering Cost Management and Employer's Agent services on Greenwich Peninsula since 2000. Covering 150 acres with 1.6 miles of river front the Greenwich Peninsula masterplan aims to deliver 15,000 homes.