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St. Christopher’s Court – Junction Road

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This former church, which has been converted into residential apartments, was plagued by water ingress and mould through the windows and roof. The job was a difficult one in that the origin of the incoming water proved very difficult to locate for each case, due to the complex structure of the building. However, all box...
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Sheridan Court – Belsize Park

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A time critical job, which had Christmas Day as the deadline: this project involved the replacement of all windows in the block, repair of all powder-coated steel balustrades, and external redecoration. Despite the fact that the job was plagued by heavy snow and unusually low temperatures, the works were completed just in time for the...
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Randolph Avenue – Maida Vale

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A very complex job: Randolph Avenue is a listed building in a conservation zone of London’s Maida Vale. The works generally comprised a complete overhaul of all sash windows, repair of cornices, stucco work and redecoration of the front and rear elevations. The rear did not offer any access, so the rear scaffold had to...
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Pringle & Clover – Newsholme Drive

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The works comprised a complete overhaul of all sash windows and casement windows of the block. Exterior access was not restricted; however, access to the inside of the apartments for redecoration of the windows requires close co-ordination with occupiers. Exterior access was obtained by cherrypicker, as well as tower scaffolding, which was moved along the...
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Poland Street – Soho

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This particular building is located in the heart of busy Soho. The property featured a protruding rounded glass bay over the upper floors, which was suffering from water ingress through the rubber seals and from the various stone features surrounding the bays. The job was made difficult because of the numerous parking and highway restrictions...
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Penrose House – Newsholme Drive

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A very large estate in North London: Penrose house is home to 41 apartments. The works comprised a full overhaul of over 200 windows and other minor repairs. The majority of the windows were the sash window type and the repairs to the joinery and the redecoration of the windows required a complex co-ordination with...
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Parnell Road

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This particular block located in Parnell Road, London E3, was a straightforward job of redecorating all windows and the replacement of sealant rubbers for each. The building had scaffold front and rear and, following the ever complex co-ordination with occupiers in order to gain internal access, the job was actually completed well before the deadline...
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Monello – Knightsbridge

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The works comprised of a full refurbishment of a stylish bar/restaurant in Knightsbridge. The entire restaurant was fitted out with a new bar, stools and kitchen. Complete replacement of all electrical and plumbing systems was also required. The exterior was remodelled with a new logo on the front gable, couple with a new terrace fitted...
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Mantle Court – Mapleton Road

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A retirement home: Mantle Court needed its 30 retirement apartments kitchens replaced. The job needed to be completed within 6 weeks, which meant that one kitchen had to be ripped out and replaced in one day, every day. This also included some tiling and decoration. Access to each apartment was complex, since the occupiers were...
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Kamen House – Farringdon Road

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The reinstatement of two apartments with steel cladding and large terraces following fire damage was particularly challenging. The two apartments were additions to the 5th and 6th floor and the fire had irreparably damaged the left flank of the roof extension. Additionally, the terrace and the flat roof insulation underneath had been damaged. In order...
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