This project involved the refurbishment of former offices to a mixed use, members club for The Mercers Company.
The lower ground floor comprises of changing and shower facilities and plant rooms. The ground floor has a reception and a library. The first floor comprises a kitchen, breakfast room and a large meeting room and the second, third and fourth floor include bedrooms complete with en-suites.
The former workplace of both Benjamin Disraeli and Edwin Waterhouse is being converted for The Mercers Company, the Premier Livery Trust of the City of London.
Fredericks Place is a small cul-de-sac of Old Jewry in the heart of the City district. P&W have been employed by Inhouse Design, Soho House’s construction department, to upgrade and replace all of the MEP services to the building.
Scope of Works
We are installing new heating and cooling to each room with the graded rooms having floor mounted fancoils in bespoke joinery casing. All new lighting and power is being installed throughout including new emergency lighting, fire alarms and security systems with TV, data and wireless Internet to the bedrooms and the meeting room.