Westminster Abbey was formed by the Benedictine monks during the middle of the tenth century, establishing a tradition of daily worship which continues to the present day. Specifically, the first Westminster Abbey was established in 960.
Enhancement of the existing Stanford Hall, the defence and national rehabilitation centre, with construction of new extensive state of the art health care facilities, predominantly funded by the Duke of Westminster.
The project comprised the reconstruction of a three-storey period house as originally constructed on the site in 1780, following a fire that gutted a major part of the property in 2005, and a new build element.
Being encompassed by the largest freestanding scaffolding in Europe at that time, major works were carried out to Old College, to include extensive roof structure repairs, replacement roof coverings and associated works.
Full overhaul at the Southbank Hotel, or as renamed due to a historical long term tenant, the Sea Containers Building, London. Main features of the project included the creation of the reception and entrance areas to include a replica of the hull of the Cutty Sark ship, made from copper to form the reception desk.
The project comprised the construction of a modern mansion with period components and a major lean-to stonemasonry atheistic. Set in three acres of lush green grounds and just a short 20 minute drive from central London
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