We are currently well into the second phase of the refurbishment of a number of Grade II listed buildings on Denmark Street, Denmark Place and St Giles High Street for Skanska. Some of the buildings date back to before the Great Fire of London in 1666!
Denmark street is often better known as ‘Tin Pan Alley’, which is an area with a rich musical history. The street was once home to ‘The NME’ and ‘Melody Maker’, as well as recording studios that saw The Kinks, the Rolling Stones and Elton John pass through their doors! And now the Dansk team!
We have designed manufactured and installed a number of windows which include timber sash windows and steel framed windows which were manufactured off site at our state-of-the-art factory and then delivered and installed by our team of experts.
The scaffolding has now been taken down to reveal the stunning new windows on several of the Grade II listed buildings on Denmark Street. We have so far overcome many challenges which often come with listed and historical buildings, but that’s what our team love! But we love the results and most importantly, so do the clients!
As we move onto the next buildings which are part of this huge redevelopment, we will keep you posted with information and pictures!