Winter Garden Eastbourne- January 2018
As part of the framework for the re-development of Devonshire Park (Eastbourne) we are working on the Victorian Floral Hall design of the listed Winter Garden (built 1872). The western apse requires replacement – due to degradation – and will be re-build as a steel structure. Key aspects for this include making sure the stability of the fragile cast-iron structure is guaranteed throughout the construction period, and devising practical connections between the new structure and the non-weldable cast-iron structure.
Our Christmas Party at Ronnie Scott’s – December 2017
Edge Christmas Party was spent at the Ronnie Scott’s – Great seasonal cabaret with the resident band in the small basement of one of the most famous Jazz Club in the world. Fabulous!
Current progress at Huguenot Place Spitafields – November 2017
Work at Huguenot Place is progressing where we are upgrading and extending a former Victorian Brewery that has been converted to offices. We are adopting traditional methods to restore the existing structures. Unstable walls have been taken down and rebuilt in lime mortar to preserve the existing North Wing. Piling operations has just commenced for construction of a new office block within the site.
Devonshire Park Development , Eastbourne – September 2017
The new Welcome Building is now really taking shape on site! With all the secant piles in place and the basement excavation underway the actual scale of the project becomes clear. The first pours of the basement slab are due shortly.
Edge Outing – August 2017
Our trip on the Thames RIB.
A thrilling speedy ride from Embankment to the Thames Barrier and back. Great way to see the sights from the river.
Bridge House, 181 Queen Victoria Street nearly completed- June 2017
Major refurbishment of existing offices situated between Blackfriars station and Blackfriars Bridge, working with Willmott Dixon Interiors.
The North-East corner masonry walls and adjacent floors were demolished and have been rebuilt and the original light-well infilled.