National Army Museum, London
Located in the Chelsea district of London, the National Army Museum boasts a unique collection of artefacts of the British Army, British colonial, Imperial and Commonwealth forces, dating back from the historic 1066 to the present day. The building is going through a major refurbishment including both front and back of house areas. Complex M&E services will be installed throughout. The museum renovation will inspire, challenge, educate and entertain clients and the wider community.
Rosemount Court, Bathgate
Working in partnership with West Lothian Council, we are providing the building services installation for this sheltered housing project in Bathgate. Rosemount court will provide 30 one-bedroom flats, office accommodation and communal spaces for use by tenants and businesses.
Lagan Weir, Footbridge, Belfast
As part of a regeneration project for the area, public realm improvements along Belfast Waterfront will include an upgrade to the existing bridge to provide an integrated cycling route. Spanning the River Lagan from Donegall Quay on the North side to Queens Quay on the South side, the existing bridge will be removed and replaced with a new structure.
Piece Hall & Library, Halifax
The grade 1 listed building is being refurbished and conserved, creating a 21st century heritage visitor attraction, with an interpretation and learning centre, a new east extension and a redesigned courtyard.
The new Central Library and Archive will be a striking building which will provide state-of-the-art facilities for the whole community.
North West Campus, Cambridge
Building on our recent successes in university student accommodation sector, we have secured an order to provide M&E services to the North West Cambridge Development. The new build will consist of 325 post-graduate bed spaces around courtyards and gardens. The accommodation forms part of the first phase of development at the Universities new £1 billion Cambridge, North West Campus.
Chancery Lane, London
Refurbishment and upgrade of an existing building to provide new office space over 9 floors and retail units on the ground floor. Chancery Lane, reputed to have been built by the Knights Templar in the 12th century, is located within the old City of London boundaries.