Seaford House, at 37 Belgrave Square is an aristocratic mansion in London. It is the largest of the three detached houses which occupy three corners of Belgrave Square in the district of Belgravia. Seaford House is a white stucco building with four main stories.
Originally built in 1842 and extensively refurbished in 1902, Seaford House is one of the finest town houses in London. Home of the The Royal College of Defence Studies (RCDS). The main lecture hall can accommodate 110 and there are eight seminar rooms plus a number of study areas around the building.
The College has its own library which houses an extensive collection of approximately 26,000 books and pamphlets focusing on security studies, politics and international affairs.
We are completed external decorations and repairs to this Grade 2 listed building incorporating
- The provision for erecting a tied independent scaffold
- Soft wash with hose and fungicidal wash where required areas to be decorated,
- Carry out necessary window repairs using the repair care system and timber splice repairs where instructed as variations,
- Replace glazing where required,
- Render crack/patch repairs
- repointing of brick work
- Inspect and repair lead flashings where instructed as variations and carry out decorations to all previously painted surfaces in accordance with the specification for Dulux paints from Akzo Nobel.
- Carry out tree surgery and landscape work to facilitate elements of the work and take paint samples as the work proceeds.
We provided quality benchmarks for each finished element to enable a suitable and contractual reference point for the purpose of consistent quality standards.