ITC’s Monthly Project Update – May 2021
3rd June 2021
Take a look at our latest project news below.
We are delighted to be working with South Thames College Group again, this time at their Kingston College campus. We will be constructing a new two-storey wrap around entrance.
We are also looking forward to working with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David for the first time this summer, refurbishing Salisbury House in London. We will be carrying out alterations to form new layouts, and refurbishing the space to create outstanding, flexible teaching spaces.
We have packed up our tools on two of our long-standing sites this month. We handed over Holmes Road to Camden Council after being on-site for 2 years carrying out extensive works to remodel and refurbish the depot. We also moved out of the Royal Free Hospital, after carrying out works throughout the pandemic, creating new laboratories and office space.
As part of our framework agreement with the Institute of Cancer Research, we have now handed over 11 spaces across their Chelsea and Sutton sites.
Progress on site
Patrick and Sana from the Sales and Marketing team have been out and about this month visiting some of our sites.
Sana got a final glimpse of our project at 63 St James Street before handing over to our client Cititrust at the beginning of June. Some final finishes were being undertaken and our cleaners were getting prepared to buff the floors.
At Philbeach Gardens, groundworks were continuing in the basement. Sana was impressed by some of the plant on site, particularly a conveyor belt that takes out rubble from the basement all the way outside of the building where the waste was put into wheelbarrows!
Sana and Patrick both visited Morgan Works, The Morgan Motor Company’s London showroom, where we have just started on site. They are looking forward to seeing the opened-up space that will be created in the former stables.
Patrick enjoyed the views of London from our two-storey roof extension project at 4 Breams Building.
At the Bankside railway arches, Patrick was really interested in the internal works being carried out to the arches, in such a different working environment, with trains travelling overhead. He commented on how dynamic this area of South London will be once we have created the community and cultural space for Better Bankside as part of the Low Line project.
Great progress is being made at The Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society, in addition to works on site, exciting designs are being drawn up for an extension to create more rooms to provide residential care to former seafarers, their widows, dependants and people living with dementia.
We are currently building great spaces with:
| 4 Bream Buildings | Better Bankside| Birkbeck University | Cititrust | Croydon College | East London Dance and Urban Development | Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust | Fidelity Investment Management | Hayashi Developments | Institute of Cancer Research | London Borough of Camden | Morgan Motor Company | Northwood Medical Group | Piccadilly DM Real Estate | Polka Theatre | The Royal Alfred Seafarers Society | Urban Habitat |
ITC work on projects valued from £500k to £12m in the commercial, healthcare, education, residential, leisure and public sectors. We have a wealth of experience and an extensive track record in delivering outstanding solutions and creating exciting environments. We look forward to working with you on your next project, whether it be for business, entertainment or leisure.