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Client: Thomas Sinden

Location: Central London

Scope: Supply & Fix masonary package including brickslip panels

Contract Value: £356,000

 

This centre piece of the Coram campus was deigned to create a three storey building providing offices, conference facilities and learning spaces.  Its design included traditional cavity work, weatherstruck pointing, brickwork soffits and herringbone brick slip panels.

 

The new building is located in the heart of Coram’s historical site and

is a celebration of the charity’s founder, Thomas Coram.

 

On 5th December 2018 Her Majesty the Queen, officially opened the new

building which was named in her honour – The Queen Elizabeth II Centre.

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Client: Thomas Sinden

Location: Central London

Scope: Labour, mortar & sundries

Contract Value: £134,000

 

A 5 storey redevopment to creat new office space.  The external envelope incorporated preformed columns and arches to the ground floor, whilst the building was wrapped with a brickwork skin outside a met sec lining

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Client: Thomas Sinden

Location: Central London

Scope: Supply & Fix masonary package including brickslip panels

Contract Value: £356,000

 

This centre piece of the Coram campus was deigned to create a three storey building providing offices, conference facilities and learning spaces.  Its design included traditional cavity work, weatherstruck pointing, brickwork soffits and herringbone brick slip panels.

 

The new building is located in the heart of Coram’s historical site and

is a celebration of the charity’s founder, Thomas Coram.

 

On 5th December 2018 Her Majesty the Queen, officially opened the new

building which was named in her honour – The Queen Elizabeth II Centre.

Client: Thomas Sinden

Location: Chiswick

Scope: Labour, mortar & sundries

Contract Value: £128,000

 

This office space was created by retaining the fascade of a Georgian style builing.  Alot of planning was undertaken logistically due to the site access being through a restricted passage way.  By using the lighter colour of brick for the rear elevation it helped create the feel

of a larger space.  The rear extension was build using a steel frame with a met sec & brickwork external skin

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Client: Thomas Sinden

Location: Camberwell

Scope: Labour, mortar & sundries

Contract Value: £45,000

 

A new extension to create extra warehouse storage space with perimeter face blocwork as well as new office and toilet facilities in traditional cavity work.

Client: ISG

Location: Watford

Scope: Labour, plant & materials

Contract Value: £110,000

 

This project of core blockwork areas and textured brickwork features to the staircore envelopes.  This unique finish was defined by its nomination within the Commercial category of the 2018 National Brick Awards.  Although the project didn't win, its recognition was rewarding enough.

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Client: Amec Foster Wheeler

Location: Kings Cross

Scope: Labour Only

Contract Value: £80,000

 

This stand out building is the dedicated power supply for the Proton Beam Therapy Centre at UCLH, this unique sub station was like no other built in the country.  This reinforced concrete frame was wrapped with elongated bricks in a combination of flemish bond brickwork with hit & miss panels as well as feature areas of polychromatic brick work.

Client: Michael Brady Ltd

Location: Thornton Heath

Scope: Labour, block supply, mortar and sundries

Contract Value: £129,600

 

A quaint mixed use development of 5 houses and 4 flats that brought life to derelict waste land.  Using a simple pallet of colours resulted in the different envelope finishes complimenting each other.

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Client: Thomas Sinden

Location: Beckenham

Scope: Labour, mortar and sundries

Contract Value: £128,000

 

What was once waste land for flytipping was put to good use to create 5 new homes, these private rental properties were built using traditional brick and block cavity walls to form part of the external envelope as well as blcokwork party walls.

Client: 4 Square Services

Location: Southall

Scope: Labour & sundries

Contract Value: £547,000

 

A mixed use development of 188 units which incorporated both Private & Social Housing above retail units.  The ground floor retail ares were divided up using blockwork partitions, whilst the external envelope consisted of a brick skin outside a met sec frame.

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Client: Thomas Sinden

Location: Northolt

Scope: Labour, mortar & sundries

Contract Value: £67,690

 

The need for affordable housing was met with this 3 storey traditonal

build within an occupied estate.  These 3 new flats took the place of

run down garages that hadn't been used in a long time.

Schools

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Client: Thomas Sinden

Location: Newham

Scope: Labour, mortar & sundries brick & block work

Contract Value: £146,000

 

Using a traditional brick and block envelope, this single storey extension to the existing school helped create new classrooms and administrative work spaces.

Client: Bilfinger & Berger

Location: Wandsworth

Scope: Labour Only brickwork, blockwork & stonework

Contract Value: £447,000

 

This new build school was a combination of traditional brick and blockwork externally including stone features, internal blockwork partitioning and feature face block work to the gymnasium area.A very methodical approach had to be taken when working within a tight programme to ensure that the school was ready for opening at the start of the academic year.

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Client: Neilcott Construction

Location: Islington

Scope: Labour & mortar brickwork & blockwork

Contract Value: £220,000

 

A mixed development, encompassing a school with residential

accommodation above. Using a mixture of Yellow Stocks and Leicester

Orange bricks to complete the external façade of the school, solid

concrete blocks were used for the internal partitions to help stand up

to the wear and tear of school life!

Churches

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Client: Michael Brady Ltd

Location: Thornton Heath

Scope: Labour, block supply, mortar and sundries

Contract Value: £129,600

 

A quaint mixed use development of 5 houses and 4 flats that brought life to derelict waste land.  Using a simple pallet of colours resulted in the different envelope finishes complimenting each other.

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Client: Thomas Sinden

Location: Beckenham

Scope: Labour, mortar and sundries

Contract Value: £128,000

 

What was once waste land for flytipping was put to good use to create 5 new homes, these private rental properties were built using traditional brick and block cavity walls to form part of the external envelope as well as blcokwork party walls.

Client: 4 Square Services

Location: Southall

Scope: Labour & sundries

Contract Value: £547,000

 

A mixed use development of 188 units which incorporated both Private & Social Housing above retail units.  The ground floor retail ares were divided up using blockwork partitions, whilst the external envelope consisted of a brick skin outside a met sec frame.

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Client: Thomas Sinden

Location: Northolt

Scope: Labour, mortar & sundries

Contract Value: £67,690

 

The need for affordable housing was met with this 3 storey traditonal

build within an occupied estate.  These 3 new flats took the place of

run down garages that hadn't been used in a long time.

Client: Durkan Pudelek

Location: Potters Bar

Scope: Supply & Fix of all brick, block and associated sundries

Contract Value: £182,000

 

At the time of its construction, Our Lady & St Vincent' Catholic Church was the largest lime mortar project being undertaken in London.  Our Senior Management Team spent a long time selecting the staff that they trusted to undertake this project. Due to the use of rarely used

materials at the time and long forgotten methods of workmanship we were able to bring the Architects vision to life and create what we see today, this outstanding House of Prayer.

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Client: Thomas Sinden

Location: St Albans

Scope: Labour, mortar and sundries masonry package

Contract Value: £139,000

 

The new single storey Welcome Centre was part of a programme to help boost awareness of the historic church’s 1,700-year history. Using handmade clay bricks and hand knapped flint laid in a traditonal lime mortar allowed this new addition to compliment this 1,700 year old place

of Christian worship.