Projects

Wesley House

Wesley House is a post-graduate theological college, housed in 1920s Grade II listed neo-Tudor buildings. The construction works 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.

 

Other Projects

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 […]

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Latymer Upper School Sports Facility

Works comprised the construction of a new three-storey sports centre extension to the existing facility which provided a new 25 metre 6 lane swimming pool with automated moving floor, dance and fitness studios, wet and dry changing facilities, WC’s, stores and offices.   Piled foundations and waterproof reinforced concrete basement and swimming pool, reinforced concrete […]

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New Grandview, Oakwood Adult Autism Unit

The New Grandview Oakwood Adult Autism Unit provides long term specialist residential accommodation to adults with autistic spectrum disorder, who require 24-hour support. The building features three self-contained apartments, for those who can live more independently, as well as en-suite bedrooms, communal areas, and gardens, all specifically designed for people with autism and mental health […]

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Geffrye Place/Cremer Street

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 former Marquis of Lansdown public house and a new four storey building adjacent to the existing 32 Cremer Street. The existing building has been stabilised, retained […]

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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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Macmillan Cancer Support Centre

The project comprises a complex part two/part three storey structure built in to the slope of Bristol Gate at the Royal Sussex County Hospital. The retaining walls and lower ground floor slab are constructed in reinforced cast- insitu waterproof concrete, with a partial reinforced concrete frame and upper floors and a hybrid superstructure frame of […]

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Geffrye Place

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 […]

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Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School

The site is situated off Butterfly Lane, Elstree within the bounds of Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School The site posed logistical challenges due to its woodland location nearly 1 kilometre from the  school entrance, across school playing fields and unmade tracks. It was also extremely close to Elstree Aerodrome which required special approvals of our procedures […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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University of Creative Arts, Farnham

Jerram Falkus is currently on site at the University of Creative Arts campus in Farnham undertaking the design and construction of a new Film and Media Centre. The new building will provide specialist facilities for film and media students.   The two-storey development is designed to house the technology and specialist equipment needed to prepare […]

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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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