Project: Blows Yard - 15 Winchester Walk, London SE1
Role: Principal Contractor
Contract: Shell & Core
Period: 16 Weeks
All works to renovate the shell and core of an existing period building and construct a glazed extension in the yard to provide the shell for a prestigious restaurant.
The rear was extended to provide back of house facilities i.e. toilets, kitchen, store rooms etc.
The roof area was slated and the back off house extension had a zinc roof installed.
Externally & Internally the building was sandblasted & re-pointed to restore it to its former glory.
All main services were installed ready for the fit out contractors to commence as programmed.
Kempton Park Racecourse
Stables, Jockeys Hostel and Transformer & Switch Room
The main works were to the stables, where the existing building were demolished and the following new buildings were constructed:-
- New entrance gate house including security rooms with en-suite flat
- New steel stuctured barn clad in oak with automated entrance
- Sample block with integral office space
- 30 Kit boxes
- 19 Loose boxes
- Vet Boxes
- External wash down areas
- External 5000m2 car park
- External 1000m2 service / access roads
The Jockeys hostel was stripped out and fitted out including ensuite facilties for the jockeys and new kitchen and canteen facilities.
The transformer and switch room was constructed to the main service providers specfication.
Evans Granary, London SE1
Post Contract Role:
Carpentry & Joinery
Evans Granary consisted of 9 luxury flats and 2 penthouses, we carried out all the Carpentry & Joinery works and were later requested by the landlord / tenants to carry out further improvments including a large terrace on the roof area.
- All 1st Fix Carpentry Works
- Acoustic Flooring
- Walnut Doorsets & Ironmongery
- Solid European oak floors
- Bespoke cupboards and wardrobes
- Final fittings and fixtures
- IPE decking to terraces
- Hardwood feature cladding to external facade
Private house, Cambridgeshire:
Private house extension and refurbishment. The works involved inserting zinc-clad dormer structures in the existing roof pitch of a 1960s house.
The dormers incorporate aluminium windows and yellow insulated aluminium panels.
New bedrooms and bathrooms were formed and a semi-open, powder-coated steel staircase was fabricated to gain access to the new roof level. The staircase is free-standing from the spine walls and features an open stringer and plate steel balustrade.
The remaining house was re-furbished with a new kitchen, bathroom and replacement windows. To the side and rear of the house, a raised terrace level was constructed, allowing views over the garden.