It must be Thursday because we are looking back at some of our favourite projects.
The breathtaking Trinity House is a Grade I listed building located in Tower Hill. Trinity House was designed by architect Samuel Wyatt and built in 1796. The property enjoys views of the Tower of London and the River Thames.
Today, this beautiful building is the headquarters of the Corporation of Trinity House of Deptford Strond and one of the most prestigious venues in London. The Corporation of Trinity House is a private corporation governed under a Royal Charter. It is the official General Lighthouse Authority for England, Wales, the Channel Islands and Gibraltar, responsible for providing and maintaining navigational aids, such as lighthouses, light vessels, buoys, and maritime radio/satellite communication systems.
We have been instructed to undertake the refurbishment of the Library (main function room) located on the 1st floor. The works include mechanical & electrical installations, new carpet and joinery and high-quality decoration works, reviving the eternal beauty of this Grade I listed building.
We have been working alongside Cluttons LLP. We completed the project within the five weeks time frame.
At a later stage, following the successful completion of the main function room restoration, we have been awarded the reception refurbishment works. Works included bespoke joinery, M&E works, decorations, decorative plaster, flooring and new glazed signage.
The two stages of this project were completed to a very high standard, and the client was extremely pleased with the outcome.