Building Restoration - Finished Project
Marble Arch, London
Two, grade II listed London mansion townhouses circa 1911 are early examples of a combination structural approach consisting of reinforced concrete floors and roofs supported on load bearing masonry. APP was commissioned to produce a schedule of conditions, upon which a schedule of works (containing over 10000 items) was created for tender purposes and the building contract works. Amongst the many items were listed: cleaning and restoration of the stone and brickwork on facades, external painting and cutting and splicing of rotten joinery; restoration of windows and doors, leadwork replacement; asphalt roof work, heating system replacement, reinforced concrete repair works, refurbishing of original metal Crittall windows and complete internal redecorating.
Planning and listed building consent was required for some of the works such as new air conditioning condensers. All works had to also be checked off and agreed by Grosvenor Estates surveyors. Some of the works involved related to the party walls.
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