Projects

Wesley House, Theological College, Cambridge

Wesley House is a post-graduate theological college, housed in 1920s Grade II listed neo-Tudor buildings. Our refurbishment and new build contractors work included; new Academic and Gatehouse block, new three storey accommodation block with 15 en-suite rooms, remodelling of existing 1920’s Grade II listed buildings to provide 13 en-suite student rooms with access to shared kitchen facilities, staff accommodation and offices, refurbishment and upgrade of the Principal’s Lodge, upgrade works to the Chapel including heating and lighting, external works including fencing, paving and planting.

We employed specialist craftsmen for the restoration of the listed buildings including lime pointing, lime plastering, stonework, leadwork, joinery and natural slating. We sourced new hand-made bricks to match the imperial sized red bricks imitative of handmade Tudor brickwork. The new Academic building incorporates the Gatehouse with the main reception entered through an archway off Jesus Lane, with glass and decorative steel gates. The research library above, is accessed via the feature staircase fitted out to exceptionally high quality with light oak joinery to house 18,000 book volumes. On the third floor is a 60 seat dining hall with a vaulted ceiling and large roof lantern.

The works were carried out within the confines of typical occupied Cambridge cloistered college campus and close liaison with the College management was essential, particularly in relation to interfaces, party walls and boundaries with Jesus College.

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Other Projects

St John’s and St James

We have been appointed to undertake the demolition of an existing church hall on Great Cambridge Road, Tottenham and the construction of a four storey block which will provide; a community facility, 18 flats, two x 3 bedroom houses, one x 4 bedroom house, in addition to a new vicarage. The project also includes the […]

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52 Whitmore Road (mixed use CLT)

As one of London’s commercial construction companies we worked on the 52 Whitmore Road project, a 6 storey mixed use development on the south bank of the Regent’s Canal in Hackney. The site, which formerly housed a warehouse, comprises of offices funded by the Shoreditch Trust, a double-height photographer’s studio and three duplex flats with […]

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Weighbridge Modular Housing

Our first modular housing project in Dagenham provides 92 new homes which have all been prefabricated off-site using top quality materials and methods before being delivered to the site Cook Road, Dagenham. The development consists of 24 one-bedroom flats, 36 two-bedroom flats and 32-three-bedroom homes. Jerram Falkus completed all of the enabling works and infrastructure […]

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Hounslow Town Primary School, New Build Project

As a new build construction company, Hounslow Town Primary was one of our most prestigious education projects, the £20m new build school project has provided a new five-form entry primary school just off the High Street in Hounslow, within site of wider housing development. Our reinforced concrete framed, brick clad school building is part two […]

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St Christopher’s Hospice, Learning Hub

St Christopher’s Hospice provides skilled and compassionate end of life care and bereavement support of the highest quality, combining specialist care, research and education. Jerram Falkus is undertaking The Learning Hub project for the Hospice which will provide; A flexible lecture space for up to 120 people, which can divide into three smaller teaching rooms […]

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Ranelagh Primary School

We have completed a new build two storey 600m2 extension and internal refurbishment works to the existing Victorian building at Ranelagh Primary School in Newham including; ground resurfacing and the repointing (brickwork). The new build extension provides a much needed new entrance and additional space for a nursery and staff resource areas, plus new studio […]

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The Foundry, Refurbishment Project

This property refurbishment project involved the partnership with the architectural practice Cullinan Studio to refurbish half their building for a new low energy workplace and demolish the other half acquired by Jerram Developments to build 12-two bed apartments in Baldwin Terrace. The Grade II Listed former canal-side wharf building, The Foundry, is naturally cross-ventilated with […]

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EKO Pathways School

Eleanor Smith School (EKO pathways) 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 […]

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The Anning Rooms, Natural History Museum

An exclusive suite of rooms available for use by Members’ and Patrons’ Room as part of the Natural History Museum’s new membership strategy. Our company conducted the refurbishment in the Grade I listed Waterhouse Building on the central axis of the Natural History Museum’s primary frontage, with works to the towers on the 2nd and […]

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Kingston House and Oman Avenue, Brent

Two housing schemes with Brent Housing Partnership for Brent Council which will provide nine homes across two infill sites. Kingston House- £868k The project includes the demolition works to the existing garages sites followed by the design and construction of two single storey detached bungalows (1x 3 bed and 1x 1 bed) Oman Avenue – […]

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Cannock Mill Cohousing

A unique Passivhaus Cohousing project in Colchester, Essex for Cannock Mill Cohousing Colchester (CMCC). The works included 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 […]

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Geffrye Place, Hoxton

The Jerram Development’s project is situated Cremer Street adjacent to the Museum of the home in Hoxton in the London Borough of Hackney. The scheme comprised both the refurbishment of the former Marquis of Lansdown public house and a new four storey building adjacent. The existing public house listed building has been stabilised, retained and […]

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