Willmott Dixon Interiors are transforming the world famous Old Admirality Building into a new home for The Department for Education.
Most recently occupied by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Old Admiralty Building has housed some of the most famous figures in history, including former Prime Minister Winston Churchill when he was First Lord of the Admiralty, and James Bond author - and former naval intelligence officer - Ian Fleming, whose renowned ‘Room 39’ was located inside the walls during World War II.
The project will see our team transform Old Admiralty into a modern working environment, including upgrading the building services to introduce new mechanical ventilation and environmental controls, plus future proofing space for government offices in the long-term.
During the tour visitors can see the following construction and fit out activities take place.
-Enabling works in the ground floor and lower ground floor areas
-Fit out works for the following trades in all areas of the building:
Mechanical & Electrical Installation works
Secondary glazing installation
Painting and decorating
Plastering, including heritage plaster cornice repair
Heritage joinery works
Raised access flooring
Along with the above visitors can see the history and heritage of the building including Winston Churchill's former room
|Address||Old Admiralty Building
|Length of Visit||1 Hour|
|Maximum Group Size||20|
|Register by||March 16, 2018|
The next Open Doors will take place in 2019.