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Stewardship

Location: Central London
Scope: HQ Office
Size: 5,600 sq. ft
Services: Design & Build , Furniture , Project Management ,

Alium first worked with Christian giving charity Stewardship in 2009 when they took the decision to remain in their existing offices in North London but take additional space. This was designed and fitted-out in conjunction with a rolling refurbishment of the existing offices and with the client remaining in-situ throughout. The project involved a complicated series of temporary works and departmental decants but was completed to programme without significant disruption to the organisation. 

Five years later Stewardship took the decision to relocate their head office from outer London to the heart of the City. The new offices were located in the Ground floor of a 10 storey apartment block which was originally intended for retail use. The suites concrete shell had no proper means of access, no toilets and no services (with the exception of the SVP’s from all the residential units above). As part of a competitive process Alium were selected to design and fit-out the space.

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Realising the project on both budget and programme was always the principle challenge however. The site was compact with no parking, an un-secured perimeter and with very little opportunity to undertake noisy works due to the rtesidential units above. Deliveries were tightly scheduled and waste and muck-away removed in small batches early and late in the day. this included large items of plant and building materials.

Even though the majority of the budget was used to provide base-build services such as a mains power upgrade, new HVAC, sanitary facilities and a new section of glazed façade, Stewardship were still very keen to create a unique working environment. Their requirement for a ‘modern City presence with Hoxton sensibilities’ was challenging within such budget constraints. The unusual internal footprint was imaginatively designed to provide not just office and meeting space but a flexible, collaborative café and meeting area for visiting associates.

The final scheme included a mix of hidden rooms, sliding barn doors, meeting booths and even the clients own London street sign – painted bright pink. Every element of the space was carefully considered and utilised and the eclectic design has been a success with both staff and visitors alike.

 

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'Alium distilled our desires into the perfect presentation on two separate occasions, fulfilling all our aesthetic and functional goals and resulting in offices that have been very well received by staff, visitors and clients alike.'

Mike O'Neil
Chief Executive, Stewardship

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Global Pharma Co. Oases

Location: Welwyn Garden City
Scope: HQ Tea Station, Print Centres, Washrooms
Size: 8,000 sq. ft
Services: Consultancy , Design , Project Management ,

Alium were asked to look at the redesign of the company’s existing 9 tea-stations which were beginning to look a little tired and suffered from bottle-necks at busy times of day. A detailed consultancy process with an internal user group further developed the initial brief to include adjacent print and break-out space. This resulted in intermediary collaborative zones on the edges of the office space that combined tea-stations elements with reprographics, meeting space and post facilities. Next to each of these areas were the existing wash-room facilities which were then upgraded as part of the same project to reflect the new more vibrant colour pallet. Alium, as Principle Designer and CDM Coordinator worked closely with the Principle Contractor and in-house Health and Safety team to develop a detailed programme of staged refurbishments in the continually occupied work space. 

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Pharmion

Location: Windsor
Scope: HQ Office & Labs
Size: 9,300 sq. ft
Services: Design & Build , Project Management ,

Pharmion, now part of the Celgene Corporation, were a global pharmaceutical company and following their decision to take another floor in their Riverside headquarters in Windsor Alium were asked to tender for the design and fit-out of the space. There was limited opportunity to explore a new design aesthetic as the client was keen that the additional office space exactly matched the specification of their current demise. That said the quality and finish of the scheme was to the highest standard with Pharmion keen to explore not just new office layouts but also to create a large and flexible conferencing suite. Working closely with Cyril Sweett, the clients CA, Alium delivered the construction phase of the fit-out on design and in budget and worked with Pharmion to instigate a phased population of their additional space.

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HPDP

Location: Cambridge
Scope: Dental Practice Refurbishment
Size: 2,300 sq. ft
Services: Architectural Services , Design ,

Alium were engaged by the practices senior partners to remodel their new home, an unusual single storey building of historic interest in a predominantly residential street in the Chesterton area of Cambridge. This included re-designing the main entrance in order to remove an unsightly existing draught lobby and simplify the division of pedestrians and cars using the building front apron. This reception was remodelled to enlarge the waiting area and create a better flow between the buildings two separate wings of treatment rooms. Alium provided a detailed drawing package in order to obtain Building Regulations approval and from which the works were subsequently tendered and constructed.

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Gilead

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: Offices
Size: 19,000 sq. ft
Services: Consultancy , Design , Design & Build , Furniture , Project Management , Space Planning ,

Alium’s association with Gilead goes back to the 1990’s. Their UK Sales & Marketing headquarters is based at Granta Park near Cambridge and Alium have assisted them on a number of occasions in their continued growth. Employed in a dual designer and contractor capacity this has involved both stand-alone projects such as the creation of a European data centre as well as the on-going phased expansion of their Granta Park base. Ensuring compatibility with previous works while embracing continues development the design process was always a collaborative affair. Alium undertook both Principle Designer and Contractor roles reporting and working closely with the then Foster City based Facilities team.

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ARUK

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: HQ Office
Size: 8,400 sq ft
Services: Consultancy , Design & Build , Furniture , Project Management , Space Planning ,

Cambridge-based research charity Alzheimer’s Research UK were looking to move from their cramped Shelford offices south of Cambridge. Alium assisted in the evaluation of a number of properties before a lease was agreed on over 5,000 sq ft of office space on a single floor of the Riverside development at Granta Park. 

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Because the organisation has such a strong emphasis on non-hierarchical communication Alium proposed a predominantly open-plan layout but with the close proximity of meeting and support functions. User group consultations resulted in a bold yet simple design which also reflected the organisation's colours and branding. Further consultation also took place to ensure fabric and carpet patterns did not have the potential to further disorientate visitors who might ave the condition.

Following a separate feasibility study into work-station use it was decided to purchase new bench style desking rather than re-use the clients existing corner-workstations. The new desk footprint not only worked better with the buildings existing structural grid and lighting plan and afforded greater staff interaction it also meant that ARUK reduced its overall spatial requirements by nearly 20%; generating leasehold savings that more than covered the cost of the new furniture.

Acting as Principle Contractor as well as Designer, Alium undertook the full fit-out of the suite before the charity moved in. However ARUK’s continued growth and rapidly increasing head-count meant that they soon required additional space. Alium revisited the designs in order to integrate an additional 3000 sq ft. of office space into the ARUK demise.

Following the removal of the floors central access lobby a new reception was introduced with the additional office and meeting space flowing seamlessly from the original fit-out. Alium were once again engaged as both designers and contractors and have more recently continued to provide on-going support and input for a variety of smaller projects. 

 

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"In the five years we have worked with Alium, they have consistently delivered clear, innovative designs that have provided our organisation with the bright flexible workspace that we needed. The comprehensive service they provide, from the first design meeting to their effective project management throughout the build, has ensured they are the company we always choose to work with on any fit-out projects".

Helen Bester
Head of Operations & Projects, ARUK

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Global Pharma Co.

Location: Welwyn Garden City
Scope: HQ Conference Centre & collaboration space
Size: 9,200 sq. ft
Services: Architectural Services , Consultancy , Design , Project Management ,

This global pharmaceutical corporation have engaged Alium as their design consultants for a number of projects in the UK. This project involved the design of a new conferencing facility for 220 people with associated toilet, film-suite, break-out and food servery facilities as well as a large flexible ‘collaboration’ space.

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The project utilised the lower ground floor of an existing stand-alone building whose upper floor was already given over to a suite of meeting rooms. The design was to reference the existing facility in order to ensure there was no incongruity of look or function but at the same time have its own strong design aesthetic. The building had already been stripped back to its concrete frame and all HVAC, communications, lighting and drainage services were accordingly designed from scratch. Alium acting as Principle Designer developed the scheme from the client’s initial brief and were responsible for coordinating the consultancy team throughou. The project included a complicated redesign of the subterranean access and external elevations in order to create a new entrance door, a reconfigured disabled lift access and new internal escape stair. The existing upper-ground access stair was temporarily craned out of the way in order for form-work to be installed and a new raft foundation cast. When the new footongs and retaining walls were complete both the hard and soft landscaping were reinstated.

While the main auditorium was deliberately simple in design and aesthetic (due in part to the need to film much of the material presented) the quality of the lighting and audio visual installation was necessarily of a high standard.

Once the drawing and specifications were complete Alium in their role as Principle Designer then oversaw the competetive tender process that resulted in the appointment of ISG as Principle Contractor. Throughout the construction phase Alium continued to provide design input and cost-control as well as acting as the client's Contract Administration and CDM Co-ordination.

 

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Quy Spa

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: Health Club & Spa
Size: 2,000 sq. ft
Services: Architectural Services , Design , Furniture ,

Following on from Alium’s work on the main hotel the owners decided to develop a Spa facility adjacent to the existing gym and swimming pool. Utilising a long standing planning agreement the new facility was constructed in a matching architectural design with Alium then designing the interior of the new spa. This included the usual back-of-house facilities such as office, kitchen and storage as well as relaxation rooms, heated benches, showers, treatment rooms and sauna’s. The pallet and finishes specification were appropriately robust while creating a sumptuous and calming atmosphere. 

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HH House

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: Residential refurbishment
Size: 1,200 sq. ft
Services: Design & Build , Furniture , Project Management ,

This rather unusual residence on Honey Hill Lane in Cambridge was purchased by an existing client of Alium’s who wanted to combine its domestic qualities with new office space. Working as both Principle Designer and Contractor Alium designed a thorough reorganisation of the internal accommodation. This involved the creation of new sleeping accommodation, a gym, a new kitchen and bathrooms, an office and a lounge and entertainment space which opened directly onto a balcony that offered some of the best views across the city.

It soon became apparent when stripping out the original interior that there were issues with the original building fabric and much of the timber frame and lightweight block-work had to be replaced or made good. The client was keen to make a long term investment in the property and the services were replaced throughout. This included new underfloor heating, extensive re-insulation, new double glazed windows and doors and air-source heat pumps.

Once the buildings structure and services had been reengineered Alium set-about creating a functional yet modern interior that made maximum use of the houses 4-storey height and comparatively small foot-print. The building location in a Conservation area made changing the façade difficult but daylight penetration was maximised through a combination of the new window design and finishes pallet. The only obvious external change was the removal of the asymmetrical ground floor garage-door infill of 20 years ago and its replacement with a new obscured glazing system.

Internally the understated colour pallet of whites, coupled with natural materials such as oak and slate was combined with a variety of colour accents in the various furniture items selected. On the upper floors these were also selected in order to compliment the significant level of external natural vegetation that was visible from inside.    

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Storeys Way

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: Domestic interior
Size: 5,000 sq. ft
Services: Consultancy , Design ,

Alium were engaged by the client to oversee the refurbishment of this large Arts and Crafts house by developer Enterprise Heritage. Acting as the Clients Representative Alium were heavily involved in both a full review of the initial design and specification as well as the specific design of the kitchen, bathrooms and pool. This involved working closely with the client not just on layouts and designs but also on the specification of ironmongery, paint finishes, flooring, tiling, fixtures and fittings. 

Alium returned again to the property a couple of years later when the client decided to remodel the main sitting room and adjacent study to form a single large reception room. This involved removal of the main load bearing wall and chimney breasts between the two rooms as well as recreating a new working fireplace. This was also to be undertaken while retaining the chimney breasts and stacks in the rooms above. The work involved inserting two steel beams through the main house wall before jacking them up and onto new structural piers. These were introduced without any discernible interruption of ceiling or wall plains and prior to the relaying of a new oak floor.

More recently Alium have carried out another project to convert the previously uninhabitable basement into a play and storiage area. following the relocation of incumbent services the room was tanked and dry-lined with a new floor that provided the requisite fall for a new tank and pump system cut into the existing concrete slab. New mechanical ventilation and services were installed prior to the installation ofa drop-down desk and work area, wardrobe storage, box-seating and matching acoustic panelling and a new oak staircase with pull out storage.

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Marion Close

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: Extension and re-modelling
Size: 2,500 sq. ft
Services: Architectural Services , Design , Project Management ,

Alium were appointed as Principle Designer on this domestic project in a quiet residential street in North Cambridge. The clients were a professional couple who both worked in design and who liked to entertain. They had strong design ideas and challenged Alium to create a modern, flexible, yet comfortable living space. The house was a 1950’s detached residence that was remodelled with a 1930’s style modernist extension to the rear. This incorporated large glazed doors and windows that could be opened the entire width of the main house. Following a competitive tender process Alium worked closely with the contractor to ensure a high level of finish throughout the scheme. 

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Alium returned again to the property a couple of years later when the client decided to remodel the main sitting room and adjacent study to form a single large reception room. This involved removal of the main load bearing wall and chimney breasts between the two rooms as well as recreating a new working fireplace. This was also to be undertaken while retaining the chimney breasts and stacks in the rooms above. The work involved inserting two steel beams through the main house wall before jacking them up and onto new structural piers. These were introduced without any discernible interruption of ceiling or wall plains and prior to the relaying of a new oak floor.

More recently Alium have carried out another project to convert the previously uninhabitable basement into a play and storage area. Following the relocation of incumbent services the room was tanked and dry-lined with a new floor that provided the requisite fall for a new tank and pump system cut into the existing concrete slab. New mechanical ventilation and services were installed prior to the installation of a drop-down desk and work area, wardrobe storage, box-seating and matching acoustic panelling and a new oak staircase with pull out storage.

 

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Quy Mill

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: Hotel complex
Size: 32,000 sq. ft
Services: Architectural Services , Design , Furniture ,

Quy Mill hotel is located in the village of Quy on the outskirts of Cambridge. The main water-mill building was converted and extended some time ago to become a hotel. It is now owned by the Munro Building Services group and is part of the Best Western chain. The Mill building’s original water wheel is still in-situ and forms the centrepiece of the hotels wedding function room. 

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Back in 2009 Alium were asked to look at a part refurbishment of the public bar areas of the hotel. These were widely regarded as looking tired and in need of refurbishment. The existing Lounge bar, Restaurant bar and Celtic bar required separate bar personnel and were difficult to run efficiently. Alium proposed a consolidation of the Lounge and Restaurant bars, a new shared wash-up and store and a new public access to the Celtic bar. A new route from the main reception directly into the Lounge bar was also instigated. Alium were employed as Principle Designers to produce all necessary working drawings and specifications and oversaw the negotiated tender of the works.

The success of this project lead to the engagement of Alium to progress a second phase of works. This involved the refurbishment of a number of areas that abutted the central Lounge and Bars that had just been completed and included the Waterwheel room, Mill-Race room, Orangery, Garden room and main Restaurant.

Again using careful programming and a series of decants the hotels complete refurbishment began to take place. The hotels owners were keen to see its rating increased to four-star and this necessarily led to works in virtually all parts of the estate. Consultation with stakeholders resulted in agreed level of specification that would see the original country hotel aesthetic evolve in to a modern hotel, function and conferencing destination.

The Reception and entrance was also remodelled and extended to improve not just the guest’s sense of arrival but also to incorporate changing DDA regulations. Alium have worked as the hotel's design consultants ever since having been responsible not just for the refurbishment of the main hotel buildings, bars and public spaces but also all the guest rooms throughout both the Mill-block and Courtyard areas.

As part of the owners continuingly ambitious plans for the hotels growth and success Alium were also asked to design the new spa facility.

 

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Toshiba

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: Research Lab & Office
Size: 11,000 sq. ft
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Alium were engaged in 2006 by Toshiba to assist them in consolidating and relocating their Cambridge research facility to the Cambridge Science Park. Alium acted as the client’s representatives in relation to the extension and refurbishment of Building 208 on the park. The base build work was undertaken by park agents Bidwells while Alium were responsible for reviewing the refurbishment design and performance specifications. Working within an unusual split-role contract Alium also took a detailed role in the specification and layout of the ground floor laboratory space as well as acting as designers and contractors for the first floor office space.

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Abcam

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: HQ Office & Labs
Size: 19,000 sq. ft
Services: Consultancy , Design & Build ,

The Alium team’s association with Abcam goes back a long way having overseen their first office move on the Cambridge Science Park 20 years ago. Alium were then involved again when a rapidly growing Abcam (soon to be the world’s largest supplier of anti-bodies to the scientific community) moved across the park to a new purpose designed office and lab facility. The scheme included a broad variety of facilities as befits a complex organisation of Abcam’s nature and involved not just the provision of office and meeting space but laboratories, clean rooms, LN2 storage and shipping and global distribution facilities. It was important to respect the company’s strong culture of open communication and further encourage a free exchange of ideas through open-plan working. When Abcam outgrew the space once again Alium oversaw the reversion of the lab provision to offices and the creation of a new dedicated lab facility near-by on the park.

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Vectura

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: Office & Labs
Size: 9,100 sq. ft
Services: Design & Build , Furniture , Project Management , Space Planning ,

Having designed and fitted-out the first combined offices and labs of the Drug Delivery division of Vectura Group Plc over 10 years ago Alium were asked to become involved in the company’s plans to move again in early 2016. The company’s continued growth meant that all parts of the business were expanding. Alium worked with Vectura’s SMT in reviewing a number of building options on the preferred Cambridge Science Park. Eventually Building 205 was identified as the preferential location and Alium performed an initial design and cost review to ensure an appropriate ‘fit’. 

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Three ground floor suites of the recently remodelled building were then combined to create a seamless office environment that maximised the penetration of natural daylight along the floor-to-ceiling glazed North-West façade. The office was in turn separated from the workshop, laboratory, goods-in and stores areas to the South-East by a twin skinned and insulated acoustic wall.

Flexible meeting and break-out spaces were positioned along the walkway ‘spine’ that ran the length of the building. The modular furniture system was in turn set-out from the spine on a simple grid that allowed changes to work-group clusters to be accommodated with minimal disruption. Vectura’s willingness to engage with the proposed outdoors – indoors colour and textural pallet created a less corporate but still business-like working environment that reflected the company’s lack of hierarchical management. A strong technological synergy between the new Cambridge office and the existing head-office allows staff to transition easily between the two.

Alium provided a full construction phase procurement and project management package even arranging Vectura’s physical move. This covered everything from computer crates and personal effects to high-value sensitive equipment and work shop machinery that required heavy lifting gear. New optical equipment was installed in a specially designed laboratory on a newly cast and insulated concrete slab which was indiscernible from the rest of the floor. 

 

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Wyboston Centre

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: Reception & Office
Size: 4,200 sq. ft
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Working in collaboration with the general design team Alium were responsible for the layout of the new knowledge centre following the initial shell and core construction. There was a further focus on the new reception and holding space which Alium designed on a limited budget. The space was not only the first point of arrival for visitors but also a major intersection of movement throughout the building. This resulted in a robust design solution that positioned the circular reception desk in the middle of the available space and with colours and finishes reflecting existing corporate branding. 

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Faculty of Education

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: Office & Break-out Refurbishment
Size: 4,200 sq. ft
Services: Design & Build , Furniture ,

Alium have undertaken several projects for the Faculty of Education which is part of the University of Cambridge and based on the Homerton site in the city. This has included the interior fit-out of new office, teaching and break-out facilities in both new and old building stock. In the case of Trumpington House (1847) this involved the introduction of modern education facilities into a piece of classical (revival) architecture that required the careful preservation of existing mouldings, fireplaces and perhaps most challengingly room proportions. This resulted in minimal structural intervention and the preservation of a sympathetically neutral colour pallet that was in turn coupled with a more vivid colours in the less permanent fixtures and fittings.

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Future Business

Location: Cambridge UK
Scope: Multi-tenancy business incubator
Size: 19,000 sq. ft
Services: Consultancy , Design , Furniture , Project Management ,

Alium had worked pro bono for the various incarnations of Future Business and parent organisation Allia for several years prior to this project happening. This had involved advice on building stock, space planning and fitting out for tenants. After several years of negotiation Allia partnered Cambridge Regional College in developing a parcel of land in North Cambridge to create an enterprise and innovation incubator building called The Future Business Centre. Acting as the client’s consultant Alium were involved at virtually all stages of the buildings lengthy process of development.

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The project was funded in part through a European Commission grant which required competitive tendering of virtually all elements of the project. Where these fell outside the Developers responsibility Alium were involved on Allia’s behalf. Following initial Planning input Alium were then part of the impartial Architects selection process.

As part of the Clients Representative on the design team Alium were responsible for input on the building’s FFE and its interior look and technical specification generally. This focussed largely on a stripped-back urban aesthetic that left the building’s concrete frame and service delivery exposed and on view to building users. This approach has further informed subsequent FBC developments.

As well as being involved in the general building detail Alium were also responsible for specific elements of the project where a more specialist element of design was required. In particular this involved the design of the main entrance area in the central atrium and included the Reception itself, the Kitchen and Café servery, Waiting areas and the adjacent Conference suite. Alium were similarly involved however in the layout of most of the office spaces, the design of the kitchen and break-out areas on each floor and even the Centres signage and information display.

Lastly Alium took on the role of specifying the building's full furniture provision. This was laid out and fully specified via a performance and aesthetic specification which formed the basis of a detailed tender process. Once more the European funding gave this process an additional layer of legal and contractual implication that required careful navigation. 

The Future Business Centre continues to be a significant success and is testament to the considerable vision and enthusiasm of all the individuals that worked to make it happen.

 

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Churchill College

Location: Cambridge
Scope: Circulation, Buttery Refurbishment, Washrooms
Size: 4,000 sq. ft
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Churchill College was founded in 1960 and is therefore one of the most modern Colleges to form part of the University of Cambridge and has a very distinct 1960s architectural style. Alium were commissioned to rework the buttery (college bar) and update and improve the adjacent toilet block creating a better facility for students and summer school attendees. Alium also created a new closed corridor out of an external walkway connecting the two reworked areas, using designs and materialso make it look like an original architectural feature. 

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Alium’s original brief was a fairly straightforward refurbishment of the male and female washrooms on the College’s main concourse. These were however badly planned with large amounts of space given over to an access corridor and with no dedicated disabled toilet facility only an enlarged cubicle provision. Following discussion with the Bursar it was decided to expand the brief in order to consider not just a better use of the space but also accommodate long intended improvement to the bar and beer store areas and an ongoing upgrade of the Colleges electrical services.

A more radical proposal was therefore developed to increase the size of both male and female toilets, add a dedicated disabled person’s wash-room (accessible directly from the concourse) and simultaneously refurbish the bar, buttery and back of house areas.

The new proposal would also require the enclosure of a section of previously external walkway in order to provide an alternative wash room access (through the relocated beer cellar) thereby allowing the long access corridor to be reclaimed as part of the new washroom layout. This involved detailed discussion with the Conservation Officer and Listed Building’s in order to ensure their support. As Principle Designer and Contractor Alium obtained all statutory consents and undertook a detailed program of works that worked around the Colleges busy summer conferencing season. As well as the reorganisation of access and circulation space off the main concourse the works also included stripping back the original listed bar with its polished copper bar top. A previously installed shop was stripped out from one end of the bar and the ‘python’, glass-wash, security shutters, service shelf and flooring were all replaced. In conjunction with this the old timber back bar was also removed and a new stainless steel bar with specially commissioned mirrors with Churchillian images and quotations were installed.

The adjacent buttery was also refurbished with appropriate public health finishes and fixtures. Most of the equipment was upgraded according to the new offering and access to both the bar and kitchen prep areas was further simplified.  

 

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