Work has now been completed by d+b facades at The Natural History Museum, Kensington. A world-class museum with more than 80 million objects and an acclaimed research institution. The original Waterhouse building was extended to the East in the early 1970’s with the addition of the Palaeontology Building constructed from pre-cast concrete and featuring curtain
Denning Point is a 23-storey residential tower in Aldgate, Tower Hamlets, owned and managed by EastEnd Homes (EEH). Originally constructed in 1968, the concrete facade was clad with combustible ACM in 2014. Following the Grenfell Tower fire EEH responded by removing the combustible cladding as quickly as possible. EEH’s main contractor for the Denning Point
This evocative image was captured as the final scaffolding was removed from the refurbished Natural History Museum’s Palaeontology Building, Kensington, revealing the reflection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in the replaced curtain walling and set against the now pristine concrete facade.
d+b facades is pleased to announce that works have commenced to replace the existing curtain walling at the Natural History Museum’s Palaeontology Building, Kensington. Additional works include concrete repair and concrete cleaning. The Palaeontology Building was constructed in two phases starting in 1970. The building was completed in October 1975. The additional space provided by
LONDON BUILD 2019 d+b facades will be exhibiting at London Build 2019. Held at Olympia London on the 27th and 28th November. This is a great opportunity for those in the residential housing sector to come and see us and discuss your needs and where we can help you future-proof your buildings securing long-term demand