project title: British Ambassador’s Residence Paris
location: Paris | FRANCE
Completed: August 2019
Client: Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Project Manager: Mace
Quantity Surveyor: Gleeds
Structural Engineer: Ridge
Services Engineer: Ridge
project value: £3million
The British Ambassador’s Residence was built in 1734 and is one of the oldest and most historic buildings within the FCDO Estate, featuring numerous fine rooms, period furniture and paintings belonging to the National Gallery.
Our works within the live and operational site included internal upgrading and modernisation of the electrical services, refurbishment of the existing stairs and lightwell area to match the existing interiors, including ornate mouldings and the design and build of a new mail room in the rear garden of the property.
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