House of St Barnabas

Heritage Refurbishment Works

Our refurbishment project at the House of St Barnabas ensured the seamless integration of modern amenities while preserving the building’s historical charm.

Renowned for its historical significance and exquisite English Rococo style, the Grade I listed building required a meticulous restoration to transform it into one of London’s most unique charity-based clubs.

Our team worked closely with the professional team, employing individuals under the care of the charity to contribute to the project, providing them with opportunities to reintegrate into the workforce.

We were tasked with finding innovative solutions to everyday services installations while ensuring an intense attention to detail and high-end fixtures and fittings throughout the premises.

The House of St Barnabas, with its rich heritage pre-dating the 1700s, has vast architectural significance and historical connections to figures like Sir Robert Taylor and Charles Dickens, making it an exceptional site that required careful restoration.

East West Connect have been fantastic and are a constant asset to us here at the House. We’ll continue to use them again and again, they’re our number 1 contractor of choice.

House of St Barnabas

The new services installation was instrumental in creating a luxurious and functional space.

We implemented bespoke modifications to the small power infrastructure, ensuring compatibility with modern requirements while maintaining the building’s historical integrity.

Our team installed a sophisticated lighting control system, tailored to showcase the building’s unique features, this allowed for precise control over lighting ambiance and energy efficiency.

State-of-the-art audiovisual systems were carefully integrated into the premises, providing an immersive and seamless experience for club members. These systems were discreetly installed to blend harmoniously with the historic interiors.

We installed a comprehensive fire alarm system, ensuring the safety and compliance of the premises. This involved strategically positioning fire detection devices while preserving the building’s aesthetics and listed features.

Modern environmental controls keep members comfortable.

Our team designed and installed discrete ventilation systems to provide optimal indoor air quality without compromising the historical aesthetics. These systems ensured proper airflow and comfort throughout the club’s meeting spaces.

Project breakdown

  • Mechanical 40% 40%
  • Electrical 40% 40%
  • Public Health 20% 20%

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