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Architects & Commercial Case Studies

St John’s Institute – London

St John’s Institute of Larcom Street, built at the very beginning of the 20th century under the auspices of Rev. A W Jephson, vicar at the nearby St John the Evangelist Church.

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Apex Temple Court Hotel – London

Apex Temple Court Hotel situated in the centre of London approached Granada with noise and thermal issues. Granada often hear of these issues within the hotel & leisure sector as hoteliers wish to improve a guests stay and ensure a peaceful night’s sleep.

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Leeds Fine Art Building

The School of Fine Art – Leeds, have invested £7.6M, relocating to a refurbished building, based on University Road. The development was to give students an inspirational learning environment.

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Noise Reducing Windows – Secondary Glazing

In this modern era, we live our lives surrounded by noise. Our commute to work consists of noisy engines and busy roads. Whilst at work we are submitted to large amounts of background noise and noise breeching windows from the outside environment. How does secondary glazing reduce noise levels?

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Nelson Road & King William Walk – Greenwich

Newly refurbished townhouses situated next to a corner unit designed by Joseph Kay in 1839 are a registered Grade II Listed Building. As part of the wider West Greenwich Conservation Area boasting stunning Architecture and Historical Importance.

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Bush House, London

Former home to the BBC, and now luxury office space, Bush House was renovated as part of a two-year, £60 million project back in 2012. JLL, ISG and John Robertson Architects were appointed to upgrade and restore the historic building in just 77 weeks.

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Marriott Hotel, Park Lane

This superb example of early Victorian architecture sits on the corner of Park Lane, opposite Marble Arch. Through an extensive refurb, costing some £25m, the 5-star Marriott Hotel on Park Lane has become one of London’s leading luxury hotels.

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The Old Post Office, Leeds

A landmark building in the heart of City Square, the Old Post Office was unsurprisingly afforded Grade II listed status prior to its conversion into a high class restaurant and apart-hotel. Originally constructed in 1896

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Great Northern Hotel, Kings Cross

“Granada’s secondary glazing systems have provided a unique solution to the acoustic issues presented by a key city centre location, whilst remaining discreetly sympathetic to the renovation of this Grade II listed building.” Simon…

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Bishopthorpe Palace, York

It’s incredible to think that a building with origins back to the time of Genghis Khan and Marco Polo is not only still standing, but flourishing; but that’s exactly the case for Bishopthorpe Palace.

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Nottingham Queens Medical Centre

Until recently, the Nottingham Queens Medical Centre was the largest hospital in the UK, and the largest teaching hospital in Europe. With such a large number of patients to deal with, the hospital administrators were keen to ensure a newly refurbished research centre

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