Cosway Street – Newly Completed Scheme

April 12, 2018 10:04 am Published by

Cosmur’s 44 years of experience in refurbishing listed buildings resulted in securing the conversion and alteration of a Grade II deconsecrated 1820’s church building into a sports facility.

Scope of works:

  • Strip out of existing furnishings, fixtures and fittings, redundant services installations ad selected internal partitions wall.
  • Structural alterations, including removal of WWII air raid shelter, converting an external vault into part of a new internal stair enclosure, and installation of a new ground floor support a new sports floor.
  • Replacement roof coverings.
  • Cleaning, repair, remodelling and replacement of existing stonework to maintain the detail and integrity of the existing external design.
  • Construction of a new entrance area and access ramp.
  • Construction of a new passenger lift within the Bell Street entrance area of the building.
  • Construction of a new stair within a new rear addition to the building.
  • Construction of a new steel framed entrance canopy.
  • New changing, shower and WC facilities.
  • Construction of new sports areas.
  • Glass balustrade to 1st floor gallery.
  • The construction of studwork partition walls.
  • The construction of movable walls.
  • New electrical, heating, cooling and water distribution installations.
  • Kitchen installation.
  • Extensive repairs to existing fibrous plaster vaulted ceilings and main wall including ornate decorative works all under the satisfaction of the Conservation Officer.
  • New ceilings including new lighting, acoustic and fire protection measures including alarm and detection installations.
  • New foul drainage arrangements together with sanitary ware and kitchen installations
  • New finishes to walls, ceilings, floors etc.

Value:                      £3,732,960.00

Client:                      Greenhouse Sports

Consultant:              Latitude Architects

Type of Contract:  JCT 2011 Standard Form of Building Contract without Quantities and with CDP’s

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This post was written by Victoria Hayward