• Builders Beams Steel Fabricator - Project Portfolio: Christian Dior Bond Street

Size of Project

590t structual steel, 3,200m2 decking and 10,000 shear studs

Location

London

Client

Christian Dior

Christian Dior, New Bond Street

In 2015, we exceeded our previous project capacity by successfully delivering the 500 tonne refurbishment at Christian Dior, New Bond Street Central London. As well as ensuring the preservation of the retained facade and adjacent building structures, delivery of materials to site provided us with an operational challenge due to the location of this prestigious store. Five storeys plus the basement and roof were refurbished, and included metal decking and the alteration and removal of shoring steelwork. This flagship project paved the way to future success for Builders Beams as we now deliver on projects greater than 500 tonnes.

Scope of Works

  • Approximately 500 tonnes
  • 2000 pieces
  • Fabricated to EXC2
  • 5 storeys plus basement & roof
  • Alteration & removal of shoring steelwork
  • Survey, design & detailing
  • Full programme of works
  • Steel sections
  • Bolts
  • Fabrication
  • Paint application
  • Delivery to site
  • Supply of metal decking

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Builders Beams Steel Fabricator - Project Portfolio: Christian Dior Bond Street
Builders Beams are steel fabricators for the construction industry based in Sussex. At Builders Beams we design and fabricate a range of structural steel products suitable for all construction projects. With fast turnaround times and competitive prices, our fabricating services are the optimum choice for any business looking for fabricated steel for building, manufacture and structural support. As steel fabricators located in Crawley, Sussex, we are situated perfectly for construction sites across London and the South of England as well as supplying steel products across the whole of the UK.