During the Covid 19 pandemic Tubular Techniques has been working away in the background with staff working safely from home, having set up remote access for everyone. Although our workload, like most has decreased significantly during this period we have not been sitting on our laurels, we have spent time to re visit our website and the general appearance of the company. So, we have designed a new fresh modern look for the company that you see on our web site today and we have been making preparations in the office for our return to work providing our staff with all the necessary PPE to help everyone stay safe when they do return to work including Gloves, face masks and handwash for when we do need to go out on site and additional cleaning regimes have been introduced into the office, along with Social distancing between work stations.
We are all returning to work as of June 2020 looking forward to some new exciting projects.
Tubular in Brighton
Tubular Techniques has just started to work directly for Brighton & Hove Council helping to maintain some of Brighton’s best know, properties winning design contracts at both the Brighton Dome and Brighton Centre.
At the same time, we are also working on contracts in the Brighton area for Other Contractors winning design work for the Brighton Grand Hotel, a new build development in Hove, and on two school refurbishment/ extension projects at Downs View and Hill Park School.
Berkeley Hotel London
After successfully completing the scaffold design for the external façade at the Berkeley Hotel in London, we have now been asked to Design the Temporary works for the Main Contractor Piper Hill as well preparing schemes to restrain the existing basement retaining wall and columns to allow for the floor slabs to be taken out and reinstated at new levels and the latest is we have been asked to design the shuttering for the new ground floor slab. It is nice to be able to be involved with the project on several different angles.
Tea Building -Shoreditch
Back in 2011 Tubular Techniques were asked to design a temporary support frame for the iconic “TEA BUILDING” sign positioned on the roof this was to be a temporary measure until a new permanent sign was installed. The sign has now stood for over 9 years now, recently we were asked to re check the design to ensure that it still complied with the newer updated TG20:13 but sadly now this year it is going to be replaced finally with a brand new permanent sign. However, we have been asked to design the Access Scaffold required to install the new framework which is to replace ours.
In other Matters Tubular Techniques have been working on the following projects
- Fulham Football Club – New Riverside Stand Development
- Cleveland Street – New Build Project Consisting of three differing height blocks
- Sacred Heart Convent – Large Temporary roof
- Centre House – White City