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STOCKLEY PARK – HEATHROW

Stockley Park was an 18 month and £15 million contract. The works involved the redevelopment of the existing building with new cladding, curtain walling and feature extensions.
 
 

INTU SHOPPING CENTRE, BROMLEY, KENT

We were appointed on this exciting scheme for RIBA stages 4-7. The scope of works were to take the initial planning drawings and develop them for construction. Every detail required full Employers Design Team Approval. The overall scheme was for 5 No. food retail units which are now all trading.
 
 

PRINCIPALITY BUILDING SOCIETY, HEAD OFFICE, CARDIFF

Franks and Toms Architects Ltd are hugely honoured to be the appointed Architects for the redevelopment of the Principality Building Societies Head Office in Cardiff. This development is within the heart of Cardiff City Centre and includes the new reception area, public coffee shop and additional staff facilities. The full scheme was completed in November 2016.
 
 

BRENT CROSS SHOPPING CENTRE, LONDON.

Franks And Toms Architects were appointed for RIBA Stages 4-7. The works included the amalgamation of existing units and the redevelopment of the main shopping mall.  
 

SKODA, BIRCHWOOD, EASTBOURNE.

This scheme was a complete new build SKODA showroom at the Birchwood site in Eastbourne. The showroom is now operational and proving a huge success.
   

KIA SHOWROOM, BIRCHWOOD, EASTBOURNE.

The KIA showroom was the first new showroom at the Birchwood site in Eastbourne. The SKODA development followed on. Both showroom’s are now operational. We have now been approached by a developer to carry out a similar development in Bristol.
   

SAINSBURY’S STORE IN DARTMOUTH

Franks and Toms Architects Ltd were appointed on the roll out project for numerous external wind lobby’s. The photo illustrates the new wind lobby at the Sainsbury’s Store in Dartmouth.
   

PRINCIPALITY BUILDING SOCIETY, THE KINGSWAY, SWANSEA.

Appointed directly by The Principality Building Society for RIBA stages 1-7. The scheme involved the renovations of the upper floors and conversion to six number two bedroom apartments.
   

THOMAS GEORGE, CHURCHILL WAY, CARDIFF

Appointed by Principality building society for RIBA stages 1-7. The scheme involved the total refurbishment of the existing building and a three storey extension to the rear of the property. The building now has six self contained apartments and branches to the ground floor.
   

ALLIANCE HEALTHCARE SWANSEA

Franks and Toms Architects Ltd were appointed for the extension to the existing factory unit in Swansea. The scheme was a great success and completed on programme and in budget.
   

LIDL STORES, NORMANTON AND STOKE.

As part of the latest concept proposals by LIDL Stores, we were appointed as Architects for the demolition of the existing stores and re-construction of the new build concept stores at Normanton and Stoke
   

THE LANGHAM HOTEL, REGENT STREET, LONDON

Franks and Toms Architects were appointed as Design Managers for the full design coordination on site with various elements of Architectural input to ensure this prestigious refurbishment was a success. The development included the refurbishment of 378 rooms to the North and East Wings.
   

HMP SPRINGHILL – GYMNASIUM EXTENSION

We were appointed for RIBA stages 1-7 for a 3000sq.ft. extension to the existing gymnasium at Springhill Prison. This was an interesting development, especially during the survey works.
   

PETER ALAN, MANSALL STREET, SWANSEA.

Appointed by Principality Building Society, our original planning application was rejected by the LPA. Upon a successful appeal the scheme involved the refurbishment to the existing branch and the conversion of the upper floors to six apartments.
   

INTERMUME OFFICE, MARYLEBONE ROAD, LONDON

This development involved the conversion of an existing unit into highly refurbished offices. The service included the full interior design and furniture specification.
 
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ISG wins £45.9 million Amazon Fulfillment Centre in Warrington

Amazon the world’s biggest online business expands its UK operations with the expertise of the world’s most dynamic construction company. ISG has been awarded the redevelopment of an existing 31000m2 warehouse and 800m2 ancillary offices in Warrington. The project requires demolition of existing transport hubs and stair pods with the installation of two levels of mezzanine floor at a total of 56000m2 within the existing warehouse and new external stairpods to provide circulation. Extensions to the office and welfare facilities at a total of 1500m2 and additional car parking with car parking deck to accommodate the 840 cars and 53 HGV parking. The completed fulfillment centre will have an operational head count of 1200 staff and serve 25 smaller distribution centers.