North and Middle House

North and Middle House, Beckenham

Completed April 2020

South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

This project involved the refurbishment of 8 flats within both blocks, to allow accommodation for staff and outgoing patients. The works were phased and mainly consisted of the strip out of existing fixtures and fittings, all new heating systems throughout all flats, decorating, new vinyl flooring throughout, new fire doors and ironmongery, new kitchen layouts, minor electrical works, new sanitaryware within bathrooms and the supply and install of new fixtures and fittings to all rooms on completion. Additional external works included the installation of new external fire escape staircase to the rear of both blocks.

Due to the urgent need for this accommodation the programme was on a tight 12 week turnaround, with 6 weeks allocated for each block. The works were completed on time.

BAU Seclusion Room

BAU Seclusion Room, Tyson House

Completed January 2021

South London and Maudsley NHS Trust

This project was completed at the Bethlem Royal Hospital site for the trust and involved the refurbishment of an old, unsafe seclusion room into a modern, compliant and ligature free area for both the staff and clients to utilise.

The works included the demolition and removal of existing walls and fixtures, formation of new partitions for service voids and to divide the space up. Installation of new Kingsway doorset’s, resin walls and floors to all areas within the seclusion room, as well as whiterock to the ceiling. New plumbing connections for anti ligature sanitaryware to the room, air conditioning and ventilation, installation of new toughened observation screens, electrical works, flooring, as well as the fit out of a new observation room.

All works were completed to a high standard and the project team and ward staff were happy with the completed project.

North House

North House, Romford

Completed June 2019

AMP Infrastructure Ltd/NHS Redbridge CCG

The North House for Redbridge CCG involved the refurbishment of 3 floors into a modern workspace for the trust. These works included the initial strip out of existing partitions, computer flooring, M&E services and parts of the existing suspended ceiling. New offices were formed at both ends of each floor, including new meeting, kitchen spaces as well as the refurbishment of the open plan main office space. New glazed partitions were installed, new flooring, suspended ceilings, doors, new ventilation to the office and meeting rooms, as well as a complete rewire and installation of electrical services including new smart lighting.

Each floor was phased and within a tight programme, but the works were completed on time and within budget.

Fairtrough Farm – Farmhouse

Fairtrough Farm – Farmhouse

Completed July 2020

Fairtrough Farm Limited

Theobald’s were awarded this contract towards the end of 2019 after working with the client on the first three units. The works included the groundworks to the site including new foundations and back filling following the discovery of areas of made ground from the previous farmhouse basement. The building was built utilising traditional cavity construction with a mixture of brick, render and cladding finishes to the external walls. Newly formed tiled roof and rainwater goods, timber windows and doors, complete 1st and 2nd fix electrical and plumbing services to the new farmhouse, dividing partitions, dry ling to all external walls and new staircase. All finishes within the property were of a high standard, including new kitchen, bathroom suite, tiling and wood effect vinyl flooring throughout. The works also include the full soft and hard landscaping to the gardens, including planting. All works were completed in line with the planning permissions, building control and home warranty requirements.

This was another successful project for both Theobalds and the client, with the property adding a valuable asset to the farms rental portfolio.

Kimberly Clark – Mill Office Refurbishment

Kimberly Clark – Mill Office Refurbishment

Completed August 2020

Kimberly Clark Limited

The project involved the transformation of existing, dated office space into a modern and compliant environment for a busy international toilet roll manufacturer.

This was completed during the Covid 19 pandemic and with the manufacturer being in high demand throughout the pandemic, it created various difficult challenges to overcome.

The works included stripping out existing blockwork walls, new partitions to form new office space, new glazed partitions to meeting room, suspended ceilings, flooring, decorating, full toilet refurbishments, fire stopping above existing retained partitions and the installation of a new kitchen.

Although completed in challenging times, with a tight deadline, the client was happy with the final result.

Fire Safety Works – Various Schools

Fire Safety Works – Various Schools

Completed September 2019 – £710,000

Village Academy Trust & Whinless Down Academy Trust

As part of the yearly Condition Improvement Fund from the government as awarded to academies each spring, we was successful in winning the fire safety works to the following schools :

  • Village Academy Trust
    • Lynstead and Norton Primary School
    • Milstead and Frinstead Primary School
    • Dymchurch Primary School
  • Whinless Down Academy Trust
    • Vale View Primary School, Dover.

The works were similar throughout all the schools but mainly involved the removal of ACMs to the respective work areas, supply and installation of new fire rated doorsets throughout each school, installed by BM Trada Q Mark carpenters. New suspended ceilings, decorating, formation of external ramps for fire escapes, new aluminium doorsets to fire exits, new fire alarm and emergency lighting systems to each school and fire proofing to existing partitions and penetrations.

Works to all four schools were completed on time within the 6 week school holidays, with additional works completed in the following October half term.

Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey

Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey, Minster Site

Completed September 2019 – £408,000

Oasis Community Learning

We was approached by the trust in July to undergo some urgent remodelling works to one of their academies on the Isle of Sheppey to increase the capacity of the school. The works mainly involved the formation of new classrooms to various locations throughout the school. This included the construction of impact resistant, reinforced partitions, new doorsets, flooring, decorations to the new classrooms and other parts of the school, internal alterations to form new staff and admin areas, as well as mechanical and electrical works to all new areas.

These works were completed within a tight programme during the summer holidays, with works completing on time for the new school year.