Logan commences on summer projects

We have been successful in securing several summer projects for key clients in the last few months. These projects are crucial for our clients as they seek to improve facilities for staff and students during the downtime of the summer break.

 

Imperial College London Library Refurbishment

Located on the South Kensington Campus, we are delivering the refurbishment of Levels 1, 2 and 3 plus the central core staircase of the Central Library. Valued at £2.5m and being delivered in 12 weeks, we are undertake a variety of work to bring the library up to enhanced standards for students. We are installing extensive new M&E installations, chilled beams cooling system, new ventilation systems and replacement of perimeter LTHW radiator systems, along with new fire alarm systems, power, lighting, IT infrastructure plus new cabling, access control and CCTV works.  Other works include a general refurbishment of the remaining areas, forming of a new IT hub room, complete renewals and decor to walls, ceiling on Level 3 and carpet replacements on Levels 1, 2 and 3. Areas under construction been closed off to students, but access to the other levels remains throughout the summer, so works have been planned to minimise disruption.

 

Queen Mary University London, Mile End Campus Refurb

We are undertaking reconfiguration and refurbishment works across the Mile End campus. This involves working within four buildings and splicing current space to create further offices and teaching rooms. To achieve this, we are completing a variety of works including soft strip out, partitioning, renewal and installation of mechanical and electrical services, décor finishes and the provision of furniture. 

 

 

LSE Lionel Robbins Library 3rd Floor

Following on from the success of work on the ground floor of the Lionel Robbins Library and located on the Aldwych campus, we are now undertaking the refurbishment of the third floor to provide revitalised facilities for staff and students. Works will include strip out, removal of partitions, overhauling of windows, creation of a new internal layout and new furniture and fittings. Students will be present on site throughout our works therefore we are having to plan our works carefully to ensure that the ambience of the library is maintained and minimal disruption to services is achieved.

 

 University of the Arts, Camberwell College of Arts

We will be delivering building fabric repair, decoration and external works at the Camberwell College of Arts. The Camberwell College building is of Victorian heritage and as part of our works we will be doing stonework and window repairs. Other elements includes small finishing, groundworks and installation of a DDA ramp to the rear of the building.