The 170 year-old, Grade ll listed, Hook Norton Brewery in Oxfordshire, was suffering from internal and external cracking due to the failure of 15 brick arches.
Building services design has gone to exceptional lengths to help achieve a high-end finish to a major hotel development; over 50 metres of Gilberts’ products in this case.
Sandtex products were recently chosen to help refresh a listed building of a care home in Winchester.
Schlüter-Systems has provided a range of trims and movement joints to guarantee a damage-free finish for the tiled walls and floors of Landmark Place, a high-end residential project.
Imperial Bricks has supplied bricks for a new structure within an 18th century National Trust listed property, Quarry Bank Mill in Styal, Cheshire.
The slim sightlines of Senior Architectural Systems’ popular SF52 aluminium curtain walling system have helped make a big impression at the new look Slough Ice Arena.
Ceiling systems from Armstrong were specified for the £7 million high-spec refurbishment of a landmark Cambridge building for their cost effectiveness and functionality.
Located on the banks of the River Thames in leafy West London, Selectaglaze secondary glazing has helped improve the thermal, acoustic and security properties of one of London’s historic palaces.
The V&A Museum’s Exhibition Road Quarter now achieves architectural cohesion between museum and street, with the help of AWMS and Alumasc Roofing Systems.
Black metal ceilings from Armstrong Ceiling Solutions are a key feature of HSBC UK’s new headquarters.