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Recently Completed Projects.

The following schemes have all been completed in the last few months. They demonstrate a variety of sectors we work in. All achieved Excellent Delivery status.

Chapel at Royal Victoria Country Park

This £3.5m refurbishment of the Grade II* listed Chapel at Royal Victoria Country Park was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Hampshire County Council. The former military hospital served our war wounded over two world wars. The iconic chapel, now a visitor centre presenting the history of the hospital, is back to its former glory for all to share.  View case study

 

Unit 2, Guildford Business Park

We are proud to have recently completed one of Guilford’s most prominent and recognisable commercial buildings, Unit 2 at Guildford Business Park, creating a prime Grade A office facility. This prime new office development was created by stripping back the existing three-storey building to its original concrete frame and re-development and extension to form a high specification four-storey office. The building consists of large open plan floor plates, with access cores, lifts, toilet facilities and atrium with reception. All the external cladding and roof was removed. The fourth floor was constructed on top of the old frame with the fifth level being an external plant room. The building was also extended by 10m southwards, away from the main A3. A new parking level was added to the existing raised parking decks across the access road to the south, providing an additional 58 spaces. Bicycle parking and refuse bin enclosures were provided externally, aligned to the existing substation and plant room which received new cladding to match the main building. View case study

 

Marlborough College Memorial Hall

We are proud to have recently completed the internal remodelling and refurbishment of Marlborough College Memorial Hall, Wiltshire. Originally the hall was constructed to honour and commemorate 749 Old Marlburians who were killed in WW1. Following World War II, the names of those killed in that war were added to a memorial panel in the entrance hall. Nearly one hundred years of constant use had taken its toll on the Memorial Hall. At the most basic level, the building was in need of substantial repair. Brymor were engaged to restore the Hall to its former glory using modern techniques and materials to meet with current building standards. The College are delighted with their high-tech usable performance space, which despite a substantial upgrade has retained its excellent acoustic characteristics. In November 2018 the College will host an event in the Hall to remember 100 years since the end of conflict in the First World War.  View the case study 

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