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Orangery Royal Botanic Gardens Kew

Works to the Orangery Building, a landmark building at Kew Gardens, comprised the demolition of the dilapidated glasshouse to the rear of the building, a refurbishment of the internal areas (380m²) and the construction of a new 600m² extension. 
Works were procured on a JCT Private With Quantities Contract with Contractor's Designed Portion supplement.
The project was completed to a high specification and included a modern catering facilities, conference facilities and internal and external cafe areas.



Client: Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
Project Value: £2 million (Construction Cost)
Project Team: Dannatt Johnson Architects (Architect/Contract Administrator)
Michael Barclay Partnership (Structural Engineers)
Posford Duvivier (Building Services Engineers/Planning Supervisor)
Haymills Contractors Ltd (Main Contractor)
Project Category(s): Leisure & Performing Arts, Public Buildings, Historic Buildings, Education
Services Offered: Building Services / Cost Management, Quantity Surveying
Completion: March 2003

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