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Ironmonger Row Baths

Client London Borough of Camden
Architect Tim Rolands Architects
Contractor Wates
Stone Used Precase Concrete
Value £75,000
Completed 30-Aug-2012
Contract Duration 4 Weeks
Scope of Work The design, supply and erection of Bathstone precast lettering for the front entrance

Ironmonger Row Baths is a 1931 Grade II listed building, in London’s Old Street. The leisure centre has been extensively refurbished to create a modern facility for local residents.

Putney & Wood was appointed by Wates to design, supply and install precast lettering reading ''Ironmonger Row Baths” for the front entrance. The panels, which were designed by Putney & Wood’s in-house design team were manufactured offsite and delivered to site
ready to be installed. The project team used cranes to carefully manoeuvre each panel into place before fixing them securely to the concrete frame.

Adam Goodfellow of Tim Roloands Architects said, "We found Putney & Wood to be competent and professional on this project. Their design team showed a thorough understanding of the aims of the design, they produced high quality drawings and the site team carried out the installation to a high standard.”

CLIENT FEEDBACK


“We found Putney & Wood to be competent and professional on this project. Their design team showed a thorough understanding of the aims of the design, they produced high quality drawings and the site team carried out the installation to a high standard.”

Adam Goodfellow – Tim Ronalds Architects

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