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68 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE; INSULATION


Inside and out at Hatton garden T


here are many older buildings around the UK that just need a creative eye, some time and attention to transform


them into a beautiful modern space. Eurobrick has been leading the brick slip cladding sector for nearly 30 years and has extensive experience of supplying its systems to redevelopment projects that aim to rejuvenate older properties. Hatton Garden is a well-known commercial area in the Holborn district of London, famous throughout the years for its


associations with luxury products and diamonds. Minerva House has an attractive facade, but required extensive modernisation to the structure of the building to bring it up to the modern standards of today. Developer GPF Lewis Ltd completed the


project in 2018 following 50 weeks work with a £5.1m budget. The redevelopment of this landlocked site involved the demolition of the rear part of the building, adding a steel frame extension to the rear to connect to existing floor levels. The project also included


general refurbishment of the existing building and a high-end commercial fit-out throughout the interior space. Eurobrick supplied circa 400m² of 17mm


X-Clad for use both externally and internally, installed by BR Hodgson. Externally, the system was finished with glazed white stretcher and header slips and corners. These slips were fitted in a Flemish bond pattern to match the style of the existing building. For the interior, Islington Yellow Rustica stretcher and header slips were selected from Eurobrick’s Classic Range. These were set out in an adapted English bond style and finished with Eurobrick’s specialist pointing mortar, Europoint, in light grey. The whole accommodation now lives up to


the building’s attractive facade, providing a modern and stylish commercial space.


01179 717 117 www.eurobrick.co.uk


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Economical, simple to install and available in 3 different grades, there is an Acoustilay product for virtually any noise problem - Contact us to discuss your sound insulation requirements today.


THE KEY BENEFITS: 


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