Work at Freemen’s School in Ashtead Park is coming on very nicely. Completion is scheduled for early August 2017.
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Waitrose, Saffron Walden
Logistically difficult project due the store remaining open during the work. The store was temporarily reduced in size with internal hoarding allowing Waitrose to continue trading. Various work was undertaken including a series of multilevel and timber raft ceilings and partitioning. When refurbishment of the first half of the store was complete Waitrose occupied this space so that work could continue to the other half. This was a time critical project that went without hindrance.
The Kitchen Garden Centre
This conference centre was built to cater for a wide range of audiences such as conference delegates, school students and staff of the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus and will include a new exhibition centre, modern meeting rooms and a bar. A multitude of internal rooms were formed around the central auditorium to create a functional yet dramatic internal space. This central area was then encompassed by an elliptical bulkhead from which ceilings then slope away, a technically problematic design but one that was executed to perfection.
Les 110 de Taillevent Restaurant (Cavendish Square)
This Grade II Listed building, formerly the Coutts Bank in one of London’s iconic squares, was converted into a luxury fine dining restaurant. The existing main hall and basement banking vaults were transformed to offer the perfect setting to celebrate the delights of wine paired with fine cuisine. The restaurant is operated by the famous restaurateurs who delivered the 110 des Taillevent concept in Paris.
John Lewis Oxford Street
This was a fit-out of the flagship John Lewis department store in Oxford Street, London, John Lewis is a chain of upmarket department stores operating throughout the United Kingdom.
The chain is owned by the John Lewis Partnership, which was created alongside the first store in the mid-1800s. The first John Lewis store was opened in 1864 in Oxford Street, London.