Project entails the refurbishment and new-build extension to the existing Science block located at the Tonbridge School. This project is the latest in a long line of prestigious works we’ve undertaken for this particular Building company, and is a great reminder that over 65% of our workload comes from repeat business.
Nightingale house is one of London’s specialist care-homes, and this project saw us undertaking a large-scale restoration to one of the floors. Despite being beset by issues outside of our control for the duration of the works, our ability to adapt and react quickly to change resulted in an outstanding result that fully met the client’s expectations.
DWHP acted as contractors on this project, having been tasked with the design and implementation of a complete heating system renewal at this SEN school. The entire design of the new system was controlled by ourselves, from the plant to the layout of the pipework, and we successfully completed the installation across the entire school within the short summer break.
The creation of a new-build, two-storey extension at an existing school, Becket Keys stands as testament to the incredible work ethic of our in-house technicians. Despite the extent of the works required within the short programme allotted, we were able to turn the mechanical installation around within the time-frame expected, whilst maintaining our trademark standards of quality.
At the time, Brook House was the largest project undertaken by DWHP. Located in the London Borough of Haringey, this new-build primary school allowed us to prove that we were capable of handling larger scale mechanical installations. Completed within budget, and well within programme, Brook House remains one of our most successful projects.