Shepherdess Walk

Location: Old Street, N London GIA: circa 1850m2 Refurbishment of existing six storey office building. Introduction of new steel framed lift shaft and staircase and reinforced concrete lift pit structure through existing floors and roof. Partial underpinning of party wall to accommodate new lift pit. Demolition and infill of existing stair core. Strengthening of existing concrete filler joists roof structure to accommodate roof plant. Introduction of new steel framed ground floor entrance area to accommodate varied floor areas. General strengthening and tying and strapping of existing timber joists floor structure to existing load bearing masonry facades.
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3 Dunraven Street

Location: Mayfair, Central London GIA: circa 810m2 Refurbishment of existing Grade II listed six storey house. Introduction of new basement level by underpinning adjacent party walls to the rear of the property, containing new swimming pool, gym, walk on glass structural floors and steel framed studio extension. Strengthening and structural repair of existing load bearing masonry and concrete filler steel joist floor slabs. Introduction of new steel framed lift shaft and reinforced concrete lift pit within existing building.
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St Panteleimon Church

Location: Harrow, NW London GIA: circa 650m2 The first Byzantine style church to be constructed in the United Kingdom for over 100 years. The new church is approximately 32m long by 23 m wide on plan with a maximum height at the top of the main dome of 17.5 m above existing ground level and is founded on a reinforced concrete piled raft. The superstructure of the Church has been designed using reinforced concrete as the preferred construction material for the load bearing elements. Concrete is ideal for this structure as it can be readily moulded to form all the required intricate arch barrel and dome shapes synonymous with a Byzantine styled building, with the benefit of the added strength of the internal reinforcing bars. The exterior of the building will be clad with 215 thick masonry and stonework in order to replicate the traditional look of a Byzantine Church. A once in a lifetime opportunity on its own to be involved with this project that will be a testament to the Greek Orthodox Community of Harrow and will be cherished for many years to come.
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