| Posted by Samantha | Jun 1st 2017
Going for Gold

Oakmont have been working on a CAT A office refurbishment to 184-192 Drummond Street. This former textile warehouse was the previous home to the Guinness World Records London office. Working with the Client, Threadneedle, we are renovating floors 1 & 3 of the occupied building, the newly formed floors will be industrial office spaces retaining some of the original architectural features.

The works included an exposed ceiling and exposed services, gas fired coolers, zumtobel light fittings and exposing the original cast iron structure ready for new tenants to fit out.

We have also reconfigured the floors including structural alterations and asbestos removal, the creation of new toilet areas with showers and Disabled WCs. The former lift shaft has been converted into services riser. Refurbishment of existing metal windows with secondary glazing installed to increase thermal properties.

The Common areas, namely the Reception, main staircase and landings, have been upgraded with new light fittings, floor finish and decoration, plus new signage board and post boxes.

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