Shaca Construction have been appointed to work with Paragon to refurbish the Grade II Listed former Westminster Fire Station at 4 Greycoat Place. The Fire Brigade Station was originally built in 1906, replacing a nearby station on Francis Street.
The site is being redeveloped with a restaurant and residential accommodation. The building will accommodate one and three bedroom units.
The Grade II listed building at the rear will be designed to minimize impact on neighbours and also accommodate residential units.
17 new apartments, commercial space, a basement and underpinning the existing foundations will be included in this exciting project. There will be a newly landscaped courtyard implemented as a shared amenity and bespoke apartments will consist of original characteristics. We can't wait to see this finished project in 2020.
August 6, 2019 - Comments Off on Shaca works with Wilmott Dixon Interiors at the London Screen Academy
Shaca Construction has been working alongside Wilmott Dixon Interiors on an exciting project at London Screen Academy. The brand new building will house the sixth form college for students looking for a career in the film and TV industry.
The building was originally five storeys and we are working on the demolition of the central segments and replacing it with a three storey building plus a basement. This project will include an amazing state of the art studios, theatre and a stunning rooftop cinema space. A fantastic venue for any budding filmmaker!
Battersea Power Station will once again be a source of energy supply for Londoners following the creation of a new Energy Centre 40 years after being taken out of service.
It is set to become one of the largest of its kind ever to be created in the UK.
Shaca Construction are working alongside Vital Energi on the structural build and are now in the process of fitting it out ahead of completion in 2020.
To create the vast underground space adjacent to the River Thames, and in front of the Grade II* listed building has come with many issues and has been problematic
150,000 cubic metres of earth have been excavated and taken away using river barges. Some 16,000 cubic metres of concrete was poured, 4,200 tonnes of steel structure installed and 13,000 cubic metres of blockwork laid in what was undoubtedly a major construction and engineering challenge.
The new Energy Centre will be underground and provide natural sound proofing.
We are looking forward to seeing the finished project of this iconic building.
Shaca Construction have been busy assisting on a 225,000 square ft project in London to demolish a current property and redevelop it to a 7-storey commercial space. The space comprises of 17 residential apartments and retail space. The developer has yet to undertake a scheme like Stephenson House and this is their first project of this nature.
The project comes with some difficult challenges such as 5 party walls to be kept in agreement, building 3 new substations and the fact that the site is located adjacent to the HS2 Crossrail Link, this is a logistically challenging project. We are excited to see the finished project and proud to be part of it.
April 29, 2019 - Comments Off on Willmott Dixon Award – Shaca Construction Ltd