Projects

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. The project took place 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 3rd floors.

The remodelling and refurbishment works on this project include the Welcoming Reception lobby, a restaurant, kitchen and wash up areas, a bar and lounge, informal study space and reading room and events space, new WC and passenger lift and a new environmentally controlled storage room to house a Botany Specimen Collection.

Access to the spaces is via the second floor of Hintze Hall with some of the works undertaken above areas frequented by both visitors and staff, which remained occupied during the works. Consultation was required with key stakeholders to identify works that needed to be carried out outside opening hours (including working around evening events) and identification of temporary works or closure of any adjacent areas. and conservation of the building’s listed fabric which acts as the gateway to the Museum.

 

Other Projects

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 […]

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East End Thames View

The redevelopment of the eastern end of the Thames View Estate in Barking provides 276 high quality affordable homes. The development was achieved without grant-funding or cross-subsidy and made possible via a private investment model designed to enable social regeneration. The works involved the construction of five apartment blocks running north to south along the […]

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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 […]

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St Benedict’s School, New Ark

St Benedict’s is a leading independent catholic co-educational school providing education from nursery through to sixth form. We were appointed after the success of the Sixth Form and Art Design & Technology Building. This project, the New Ark, will re-provide classrooms for the Junior School and bring the Nursery on to the school site in […]

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Kingsbridge Terraces, Barking

The construction of the new Kingsbridge Terraces residential development. The development consists of 27 new maisonettes and houses, with associated car and cycle parking and open spaces. This scheme forms part of the wider regeneration of the 1960’s Gascoigne Estate in Barking and is only a short walk from Barking town centre.   All of […]

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Respite Care Haydock Avenue

We are delighted to have completed this specially-designed respite facility for Ealing Council.The works included the construction of a new respite facility on the grounds of a former garages site in Haydock Avenue. The site was particularly restricted to operate within and access with deliveries. Works consisted of the demolition of former garages and construction […]

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Baldwin Terrace

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 construction of the 12 apartments situated along Regent’s Canal in Islington, comprised a 1,160m2 five storey development plus […]

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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.

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Sebastian Court

Barking and Dagenham’s regeneration company, Be First, appointed Jerram Falkus to undertake the demolition of the original Sebastian Court buildings, and enabling works in preparation of the a new high-quality affordable housing development on the site. Jerram Falkus completed the demolition and commenced piling for the new residential blocks and began constructing the new substation […]

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Seven Islands Leisure Centre

The revitalisation of this leisure centre has undergone a £1 million refurbishment and has now been officially opened. Pick Everard provided mechanical and electrical building services design to assist the local authority in reducing running costs and bringing back to life a dated building. The refurbishment provides a new reception area and changing village, as […]

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Putney High School, GDST

The construction of a new 2000m2 building for Putney High School, part of the Girls’ Day Trust, to provide nine new science labs, a drama studio, a new music department and a forum to develop the practice and performance of the spoken word. The project also includes associated canteen refurbishment and external works. The building […]

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Tollgate Primary School

As part of the London Borough of Newham’s expansion programme, Tollgate Primary School needed to expand from two form to three form entry to provide capacity for over 630 children. We constructed two new two-storey classroom blocks in order to extend the existing school buildings and these new buildings now accommodate two new classrooms, three […]

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