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Warwick Building, Kensington

The Warwick Building was originally built as a Victorian furniture depository, which is used today as a commercial office building. the project is part of Kensington Village, a collection of seven buildings which provides a secure office working campus environment. The building known today as the Warwick Building was originally constructed as part of the ‘New Pantechnicon’ building in 1892, designed by Alfred M Ridge for the use of William Whiteley to house the goods for his department store in Bayswater. (Source Morrow Lorraine)

RMF were delighted to be appointed as the sole raised flooring contractor on this project and our significant scope of works were as follows;

  • Supply and installation of new PSA medium grade raised access floor
  • Bridging over services where M&E clashes occurred on pedestal grid
  • PVA sealer prior to installation
  • T42 swing bag pedestal adhesion testing
  • Pre-mark of pedestal locations to allow for services co-ordination
  • Installation of underfloor 30 minute fire barrier
  • Floor box cut outs for grommets, cleaners sockets etc.
  • Post installation void clean
  • Cutting panels for perimeter linear floor grilles

This project spanned all 5 floors and over 8,000m2 of works. The finished project looks set to be a modernised workspace sympathetically refurbished to still encompass the historical significance of this heritage building.

The RMF site and contracts team worked closely with the on site main contractor to ensure this project ran efficiently and to programme.

At RMF we have a proven track record of delivering projects across a number of sectors and within heritage and listed buildings. To discuss working with RMF for any of your raised flooring requirements contact us on 01926 425289.


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