LBC are proud to have provided Building Control advice in relation to the construction of a new Support Hub for the nation’s Royal Marines at the Commando Training Centre.
The redevelopment of the former St Margaret’s School in St Leonard’s.
The Timber Yard is the first in a series of new homes developments planned by Galliard Homes and Apsley House Capital in Birmingham.
Achieving Professional Excellence
The new cafe business will support the ongoing conservation of the unique grade I listed dinosaur sculptures and geological illustrations.
The building is Phase 1 of a much larger planned facility including out-source provision from Exeter’s RD&E Hospital.
London Building Control is proud to have provided Building Control advice for this new 8-bed, Perinatal Unit at Wonford House, Exeter
Events included exhibitions and installation, talks and debates, open studies, tours and architecture evenings which focused on the importance of architecture and design in London today.
Martyn Janzemin, Director of London Building Control attended the event along with representatives from the construction industry who support CRASH
London Building Control are very proud to have provided Building Control advice in relation to 20 Stories, Manchester which has been shortlisted in the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards 2019.
On a sunny afternoon in June London Building Control (for the third successive year) were proud to take part in the 21st London Construction Industry Dragon Boat Challenge, in aid of CRASH Charity.
LBC are pleased to have provided building control advice on this project which comprises an attractive frontage, generous ground-floor space and lower-ground ancillary accommodation set in a central location in the heart of the city.
London Building Control provided Approved Inspector advice on the construction of the environmentally friendly Water Sport Centre for Exmouth, Sideshore.
London Building Control provided the approved inspector services for the new 250-bed hotel for Sandy Park which will include a leisure suite, restaurant, pedestrian footbridge, new access road and staff parking.
A toolbox presentation talk on Part L by Richard Harris
This year for every person who attends we at London Building Control will donate £10/per attendee to LandAid. Meaning you are not just having a good run but also raising money for a great cause.
Loyalty from our Northern clients has helped fuel our continued growth, therefore we are proud to announce LBC has opened its first office in Manchester.
The charitable fundraising event that took place at the beginning of the month was organised by the IBI Group and raised money for the Construction Youth Trust.