Trio of multi-million pound contracts secured

16th February 2017

We’re proud to be involved in some of London’s newest office developments having secured three major new contracts for 2017.

We’re excited to start working alongside McLaren Construction on the refurbishment of New Bracken House this summer. The iconic Grade II* listed building was home to the Financial Times until late 1980s and was even constructed using pink Hollington sandstone to match the colour of the paper’s pages. With Financial Times staff due to move back in next year, the current refurbishment is designed to bring the building’s interior up to Cat A standard, creating a modern open plan office space.


Our work on this large-scale project will involve the installation of new washrooms including ancillaries in both the North and South cores of the building, over eight floors in total. The high specification design will feature Silestone stone vanity trough units complemented by our new Tego hinged mirror and storage units, full height Alto toilet cubicles and our Concerto duct panelling system in toughened glass.

Meanwhile in the West End, we’ll be commencing work with Kier on a project on Cork Street, just a stone’s throw away from the Royal Academy of Arts. Over the next five months, we’ll be manufacturing and installing individual ‘superloos’ on all floors, from the ground to fifth floor. Each self-contained cubicle will include a white Silestone vanity unit, glass wall linings as well as 3D effect glass printed upstands. We’re also creating a new changing area with washrooms and showers as well as changing cubicles and lockers in the basement for staff.

Our specialist in-house joinery team has secured a contract working with SJE on the new residential apartments which are currently being constructed to the back of Liverpool Street as part of the Principle Place Project in Shoreditch. The works include the design, manufacture and installation of mirrored cabinet units with glass internal shelves, wardrobes and AV units for all the flats. We’ll also be manufacturing and installing full height Alto Kristalla glass cubicles and glass wall linings to the building’s communal changing areas.


It’s going to be another busy year so watch this space for news and updates on all our latest projects!