No. 8 Waterloo Place, a fabulous Edwardian building with a Grade II listed Portland stone façade, has recently undergone a full refurbishment including structural reconfiguration to the central core and installation of new HVAC services creating 33,000 sq. ft. of prime speculative office space just off Piccadilly in the St James’ area of London.
Hadrian toilet cubicles starred in the refurbishment of both the ladies and gents washrooms at the Putney Arts Theatre. The theatre is run by a charitable incorporated organisation and the new washrooms had to be good value for money as well as bringing the right dramatic style to the venue. Online research brought them to the Hadrian Cubicles UK website, attracted by the complete choice of a powder coated finish in over 200 RAL colours. The steel construction of the cubicles was also ideal for the typical theatre usage where long, relatively quiet parts of the day are followed by intense activity during performances with very high demand at the start, end and during the intervals.
AET Flexible Space, leading provider of under floor air conditioning systems, is proud to have been part of the phased refurbishment of the historic building at 196 Deansgate in Manchester. Situated in the city centre on what is probably Manchester’s best known streets with close proximity to Spinningfields, the architecturally stunning building has a Grade II listed façade and has attracted significant interest by potential tenants to its 48,000 sq. ft. over five floors of Grade A office space.
The Lariza Building in Tres Cantos, Madrid, recently underwent a refurbishment that brought the 1970s build into the 21st century.
Flowcrete UK has undertaken the extensive refurbishment of a large garage and car park area owned by Cambridge Council alongside Total Protections, its exclusive applicator partner for social housing projects in the South of England.
An EN fire rated, modern new building exterior using Crestapol® 1212 Resin for the 2,050 moulded parts and 15,000 metres of FRP pultruded profiles used in the cladding system.
Newcastle College’s Parsons Tower, built in the 1960s, has been the subject of an £18m refurbishment which will extend its usable life by around 40 years.