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TRC Restoration

Experts in New Bespoke Timber Sash & Casement windows. Masters of Window Restoration

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1 Savile Row

1 Savile Row

TRC completed the full restoration of the traditional box sash windows on 1 Savile Row. We overhauled and draught excluded the windows with our unique perimeter sealing system, carried out remedial repairs and replaced the historic glass with handmade cylinder glass. This prestigious location, which boats some of the customers of Gieves & Hawkes, such as the Duke of Cambridge, Diana, Princess of Wales and Sean Connery. Customers past and present also include, Winston Churchill, The Duke of Wellington, Mikhail Gorbachev, Bill Clinton and George W Bush, have now had the windows restored to their former glory by TRC Contracts.
100 Park Lane

100 Park Lane

The royal family of Qatar has created what may be Britain’s most valuable privately owned residence — worth at least £200m. Since buying the grade II* listed Dudley House in London’s Park Lane for £37.4m in 2006, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani has lavished tens of millions of pounds on the property. TRC carried out the refurbishment of the windows.
Blackpool Tower & Ballrooms

Blackpool Tower & Ballrooms

Blackpool Tower recently reopened after a 10 month £20m pounds investment and restoration programme TRC carried out the restoration of the existing sash windows and installed new bespoke sash & casement windows. Built in 1894, The Blackpool Tower is one of the most iconic buildings in the UK and one of Britain’s best-loved landmarks.
Carlton primary school

Carlton primary school

Carlton Primary School in the heart of Camden, London was recently refurbished. TRC was the Principle Contractor on behalf of the London Borough of Camden. We renewed over 200 traditional box sash windows within an extremely tight 8 week contract period during the school Summer Holidays. Contract Details Client: London Borough of Camden Contract Period: June 2011 – September 2011 Contract Value: £590k
Charles Dickens Museum

Charles Dickens Museum

Number 48 Doughty Street was an important place in Charles Dickens’s life where he lived from 1837 until 1839. TRC carried out the full restoration of the existing double hung sash windows, which included remedial repairs, overhaul, draught exclusion and the replacement of the dormer windows with a bespoke sash windows with slim 12mm double glazed sealed units. Contract Details Client: Mansell Contract Period: July 2012 – February 2013 Contract Value: £90k
Chiswick house & gardens conservatory

Chiswick house & gardens conservatory

TRC carried out a number of repairs and decoration over a 12 month period to this magnificent 19th Century 300ft conservatory. The sensitive restoration work was carried out whilst the conservatory was open to the public. We used the Repaircare System to carry out these repairs. This challenging work involved the use of a specially designed roof access system used during the course of these works. The work involved: Paint removal Timber repairs & splicing Decoration Overhaul of existing casement windows
City of London School for Girls

City of London School for Girls

The City of London School for Girls charts its history back to 1894. However, it was in 1969 that it moved to its current home in the Barbican, designed by architects Chamberlin, Powell and Bon. The Barbican estate was granted Grade II status in 2001. After almost 50 years of service the huge bespoke teak casement windows needed substantial maintenance; hence the City of London appointed TRC to undertake a comprehensive refurbishment programme. The work was completed in two 10-week phases, to coincide with summer holidays; and despite the tight timescale was finished on time and on budget.
Cliveden House

Cliveden House

In February 2013 TRC was approached by Julian Harrap Architects to undertake refurbishment of the second-floor windows, due to our previous project success. Our work at Cliveden was equally well-received, and we were commissioned to refurbish all the remaining windows and doors. The three-year project encompassed the full restoration of 300 sash windows, casement windows and French doors, including: stripping existing paintwork timber repairs and splicing re-glazing with historic hand-made blown glass fitting a fully-rebated fraught proofing system supplying and installing bespoke ironmongery full painting inside and out.
Georgian Quarter Listed Homes

Georgian Quarter Listed Homes

Liverpool's Georgian Quarter in Canning was conceived by city planner John Foster Snr in 1800, to create elegant terraced town houses for the city’s elite. The mid-20th century sadly brought some demolition; but many of the remaining properties are now listed, and all are in a conservation area. In 2012 Riverside Housing Group commissioned TRC to undertake refurbishment work to over 70 properties in Pelham Grove, Bedford Street, Belvidere Street and Princess Road. Work included window refurbishment, and some replacements; but also extended to painting, brick and stone repairs, lead work and roofing.
Harrods

Harrods

Harrods is close to unveiling the first phase of a £200 million overhaul ordered by its new Qatari owners. The listed building status meant that Harrods executives had to consult English Heritage on almost every aspect of the restoration. The installation of the escalator by Make architects has allowed windows to be reopened that had been bricked up since the Eighties, TRC carried out the refurbishment of these windows which included replacing the existing glass to a bomb and solar reflective type, full decoration internal and external along with replacing and refurbishing the existing ironmongery.
Royal Academy of Arts

Royal Academy of Arts

TRC was recommended by Julian Harrap Architects, thanks to our successful work at Cliveden House (internal link to project). The 2½ year project involved a thorough refurbishment of 150 sash windows, including timber repairs, draught proofing, and provision of ironmongery. We also applied high-performance secondary glazing to a further 52 windows. Through our sister brand TRC Windows we supplied and installed two large, uniquely-designed rooflights, to a challenging design specification. Due to the value of the artwork and its sensitivity to light, these needed to conform to exacting standards of security of spectral data.
Royal Clarence Marina

Royal Clarence Marina

Thanks to our long-standing relationship with Berkeley Homes, TRC was appointed to undertake a three-year project of refurbishment work to 150 centre pivot sash windows, plus doors. We stripped the existing painted windows and repaired the decayed timber. Due to the listed status, we sought to retain and repair as much of the original timber as possible. Where replacement joinery was necessary, we were able to source matching air-dried Douglas Fir (as stipulated by the conservation officer), which had been reclaimed from another heritage project.
Selfridges

Selfridges

With its legendary address and bold ionic columns, the Grade II-listed Selfridges building on Oxford Street has been a British institution since its doors first opened in 1909. Designed by American architect Daniel Burnham, its traditional external styling hides a more modern steel structure. When a new restaurant was planned, some of the building’s famous bronze-framed windows – some as tall as 8m - needed to be restored and adapted. With our specialist expertise, construction managers Sir Robert McAlpine commissioned TRC to undertake the 6-week contract.
Sevendale House, Mancherster

Sevendale House, Mancherster

This former warehouse which is Grade II listed has had a 6 million pound revamp into prestigious offices in the centre of Manchester. Employed by ARJ Construction to undertake the refurbishment of the sash and casement windows, the works comprised of: Overhaul Draught Exclusion Timber Repair using the Repaircare System Contract Details Client: ARJ Construction Contract Period: June 2013 – February 2014 Contract Value: £108k
Somerset House Trust

Somerset House Trust

Somerset House is a spectacular neo-classical building in the heart of London, sitting between the Strand and the River Thames. Offering a diverse and dynamic public programme of contemporary arts and culture, also a home to a large community of creative businesses, artists and makers, including Somerset House Studios. One of the city’s most spectacular and well-loved spaces, there is a place where art and culture is imagined, made and experienced by our 3 million visitors every year. The existing sash windows were fully overhauled, repaired and draught excluded using the Draftfix perimeter sealing system by TRC.
St. James's hotel & club

St. James's hotel & club

St James Hotel is in central Mayfair, we supplied and fitted products for the restoration and draught exclusion of their Sash Windows. Contract Details Client: DML Contracting Contract Period: August 2014 – September 2014 Contract Value: £20k
The Savoy, A Fairmont Managed Hotel

The Savoy, A Fairmont Managed Hotel

A British icon since 1889, The Savoy has once again taken its place on the world stage after over a £100 million restoration. TRC carried out the window restoration using draught exclusion products supplied by Draftfix.
The Star & Garter

The Star & Garter

TRC was commissioned in December 2015 to begin a 34-month project to refurbish the 850 sash windows so they perform to expectation in such a high-end building, while retaining their heritage characteristics. We also restored over 40 pairs of French doors. Some new windows and doors were also required where the existing were beyond economical repair; so our sister brand TRC Windows supplied and installed 30 replacement identical sash windows to the main building.
Woolwich Barracks refurbishment

Woolwich Barracks refurbishment

TRC were employed by Lend Lease Construction for the Ministry of Defence ‘Single Living Accommodation Modernisation’ project, also known as Project SLAM, which is one of the largest new build and refurbishment projects in the UK. Project SLAM is a national Functional Prime Contract awarded by the MOD to Debut Services & Defence Estates to deliver single living accommodation to MOD service personnel. The contract is an example of the Defence Estates Prime Contracting initiative, delivering better value through collaborative working between the construction industry and the MOD.
Wyvern School

Wyvern School

TRC was appointed by Milton Keynes County Council to undertake refurbishment of the original school windows. The building would still be occupied during the 14-week programme, so extreme care was needed to minimise disruption to teaching and ensure health and safety. Scaffolding was erected throughout the project, and any disruptive work was carried out after school and during break times. Our comprehensive window refurbishment programme included stripping back existing paint from the historic sash windows and repairing decayed timber as necessary. We undertook repairs to glazing; and installed draught proofing to improve the building’s thermal and acoustic containment.

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