Natural History Museum
Jerram Falkus is an established, family-run construction business that has been operating in London and the South-East for more than 135 years.
“They surpassed our expectations when it came to operating on a site under pressure with all those constraints...they became a loyal and trusted company” – Senior Project and Programme Manager, Natural History Museum
“Jerram Falkus was proactive in finding solutions to difficult technical and logistical problems on site…all personnel were committed to the success of the project and professional in their approach” –Development Director, Agudas Israel Housing Association
Ranelagh Primary School
A new build two storey 600m2 extension and internal refurbishment works at an existing primary school in Newham. The new extension, designed by Rivington Street Studio Architects, provides much needed new entrance and additional space for a nursery and staff resource areas plus new studio area at 1st floor level.
Pound Lane, Basildon
The works comprise all necessary demolition and the design and construction of 9 new affordable homes, including; seven one and two-bed apartments and two and two-bed houses complete with associated drainage and services alterations, all infrastructure, external hard and soft landscaping. As part of its shared ownership new homes delivery programme, Sempra is working in […]
Demolition of the original block of flats, in preparation for an exciting new affordable housing development on the site. The new Sebastian Court development will provide 95 affordable and quality homes for local people, an increase of 30 units when compared to the original building now being demolished. The works include the demolition of […]
Yotel, 100 Clerkenwell Road
The project ‘Clerkenwell Road’ comprises 212 Hotel guest rooms, front and back of house, retail shell, residential shell and work space. The hotel will be managed by the hotelier Yotel. Planning was for demolition of all existing structures onsite which was a former Petrol station site (including forecourt shop, canopy and pumps) and the […]
Eleanor Smith School
Eleanor Smith School is a special educational needs school based across two sites in the London Borough of Newham. This new build site provides the School with a brand-new facility constructed on a brownfield site in East Ham. The new Eleanor Smith School site caters for children and young people with social, emotional and […]
Cannock Mill Cohousing
The construction of 23 new build homes, a mixture of one and two bed flats and 17 houses with up to three bedrooms with garages and useful storage space in the under croft of the six flats. The development includes the refurbishment of an Grade II listed Mill which will become a shared space for […]
The development on the site of 32 Cremer Street is situated adjacent to Geffrye Museum in Hoxton in the London Borough of Hackney. The scheme comprises both the refurbishment of the former Marquis of Lansdown public house and a new four storey building adjacent to the existing 32 Cremer Street. The existing building has been […]
Hounslow Town Primary
Jerram Falkus Construction recently completed one of one of our most prestigious projects, The £20m project has provided a new five form entry primary school just off the High Street in Hounslow. This reinforced concrete framed, brick clad school building will be part two and part three storey, and is located on land adjacent to […]
Hintze Hall, Natural History Museum
One of our most prestigious projects, the Natural History Museum’s ‘Hintze Hall’ project included the refurbishment and restoration of the Grade I listed central space, creating additional gallery spaces at ground, first and second floor levels. The works comprised replacement of roof lights and conservation of the building’s listed fabric which acts as the gateway […]
The Anning Rooms, Natural History Museum
An exclusive Members’ and Patrons’ Room as part of the Natural History Museum’s new membership strategy. The project took place in the Grade I listed Waterhouse Building on the central axis of the Natural History Museum’s primary frontage, works to the towers on the 2nd and 3rd floors are being developed concurrently. The remodelling […]
When William Jerram founded the company in 1884 he may not have realised he was starting a business that would be thriving 135 years later, but he did know that an organisation built on the right foundations, would prosper over time.
And to this day, those founding principles still apply. Principles, now embedded as Organisational Values, that we believe not only ensure the we give the best service to our clients but also provide the best environment for our people to thrive, learn and do their best work within.
Our foundations underpin our business and enable us to; take a long-view, create the best possible experience for every stakeholder, and deliver enduring quality, in everything we do.
We believe that Jerram Falkus continues to deliver great work because we always build to last.Read More