Architects benefit from our in-depth knowledge and combined, vast experience working on building restoration and façade adaption projects. We are adept at operating as part of the technical team during the early stages of a project, when there is need of specialist advice and practical support with regard to façade cleaning, apparent defects and material analysis.
Our highly adroit team will analyse all the options and make recommendations based on project requirements. We are also happy to carry out measured and recorded exemplar samples to ensure suitability/compatibility.
We work as a specialist with many Tier 1 & Tier 2 Contractors, and pride ourselves on being elevated to lead sub-contractor status. Our team excel at comfortably integrating into the delivery team and often form part of the daily onsite presence. We are proficient in all aspects of compliance in terms of health, safety & environmental management, design integration, quality control and on-site procedures.
We offer specialist support during the estimating stage with technical and budgetary help through the bid. Where surveys, reports or specifications are required these can be provided and we have ably assisted our Main Contract clients in the successful conversion of several high profile projects including the Nomad Hotel for Beck, The Institute of Directors for Curo Construction, Waltham Forest Town Hall for ISG, Findlater’s Corner for ITC, The National Portrait Gallery for Gilbert Ash and many more.
For consultants such as building surveyors, structural engineers and quantity surveyors we are able to provide technical advice, practical support and cost effective solutions for building restoration, stonework cleaning and façade retention projects.
We realise the need for cost certainty and can provide comprehensive budgets. Our service also includes site investigations and advice on contract durations and any potential co-ordination issues. Contact us for fully annotated reports and surveys, which can include prioritisation of defects and accurate pricing.
We ensure we build relationships first and are proud to have many clients with whom we continue to work directly for across their portfolio. By taking the time to understand each client’s unique project requirements, our team are able to provide high levels of service.
Restore London are able to provide technical advice on a range of building fabric repair and restoration issues as well as carry out any required works. Our team are experienced in working within occupied buildings, often with multiple stakeholder concerns, and understand the requirement for visibility, flexibility and effective communication at all times from our team.
Our directly employed team and trusted, approved supply chain carry out our specialist work with integrity, professionalism and passion and have enabled us to enjoy a high level of repeat business.
From the outset we develop long term collaborative relationships with our clients and their management teams. Our commitment is to deliver exceptional value through achieving excellence in the key areas of safety, quality & cost. We bring expertise and experience to projects and fully understand the requirements of working in sensitive environments, keeping buildings operational whilst our team delivers the works with minimal disruption to users and stakeholders alike.
We acknowledge that facilities management teams have a particularly important role and we provide a reactive, user friendly partner to our facilities clients.
Some of the country’s most treasured buildings are owned and managed by the public sector. Restore London have delivered numerous successful projects for museums, galleries and government buildings alike including Waltham Forest Town Hall, The National Portrait Gallery, British Museum, Old Woolwich Town Hall & The University of London.
Our team understand the driving requirements of projects in this sector including delivering complete stakeholder value through effective budgetary control, cost transparency (including open book costing) as well as social & ethical considerations including diversity, local employment, community & sustainability deliverables. We are also able to develop and implement quantifiable performance measures, including meaningful project Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), allowing tangible monitoring and reporting against project objectives.
We are adept at planning & delivering public sector projects within occupied buildings, where constraints are often imposed, and have considerable experience in working both directly and indirectly for Clients in this sector.
Jon Clayden MCIOB
Louise Priestman BA(Hons)