Start
June 2013
End
September 2013
Client
Fileturn
Location
St Pancras, London
VGC contract value
£54,000

In 2013 VGC had the opportunity to undertake refurbishment work on London’s prestigious Pullman Hotel in St Pancras. Located only a few minutes from Bloomsbury and St Pancras International railway station, this vibrant hotel has recently been transformed into one of the city’s premiere venues.

In 2013 VGC was engaged by the Principal Contractor, Fileturn, to refurbish the entrance to the hotel to give it a complete makeover whilst at the same time ensuring that access complied with the latest accessibility regulations. This work provided new and improved access into the main reception and also to the hotel’s Golden Arrow restaurant.

The work undertaken by VGC included removal of redundant cladding, reinforced concrete construction to accept new finishes and architectural features, provision of drainage and the installation of high quality granite paving and stairs. The paving installed by VGC extends out to the adjoining pavement using black granite with white granite borders. All work was undertaken whilst the hotel was still open with strict procedures in place to control dust and noise.

VGC has undertaken high quality paving work throughout the south of England. Recent notable projects include natural stone paving works at Covent Garden, St Christopher’s Place in Westminster and paving around Windsor Castle.