COVID-19 Ventilation Guidance
Throughout the UK organisations are planning to re-open their premises, be that businesses, schools, colleges, places of worship or the many other property types that during normal times, we all regularly meet groups of people. In opening premises the Government, in its working safely during coronavirus guidance reminds employers of the legal responsibility for the safety of people in their premises and provides helpful guidance on assessing and managing the workplace for coronavirus risk.
Property owners in a large majority of cases will be able to follow this guidance themselves. However, where a building incorporates complicated mechanical ventilation systems, it may be necessary to obtain advice from a qualified Chartered or Incorporated engineer registered with the Engineering Council to ensure that property owners understand the ventilation system within the building and plan mitigation strategies accordingly.
4 Pancras Square
Providing circa 177,000sq ft of office accommodation, our recently completed fit-out at 4 Pancras Square is enabling our client, a globally recognised media company to relocate its 1,000 strong workforce along with a number of sister companies to this growing vibrant corner of London
Over the last decade we have undertaken numerous projects across the colleges various London campuses. Projects have been diverse both in complexity and type, ranging from major new complex laboratory buildings to the renovation of existing facilities for new lecture theatres.
Three Hills Park
Three Hills Park (formerly Cheriton Road Sports Ground) is home to the Folkestone Optimists Hockey Club, Folkestone Cricket Club and The Folkestone Running Club. It comprises of playing pitches/courts for cricket, hockey, football and tennis, and it is also available for other sports and activities requiring open grassed areas.