We are delighted to announce that, once our, FSC accreditation certificate has been renewed. This demonstrates our on-going commitment to the environment and guaranteees that our company, and anyone in our supply chain, only uses materials that are: Legally harvested Not harvested in violation of traditional and human rights Not harvested in forests in which high conservation values (HCVs) are threatened by management activities Not harvested in forests being converted to plantations or non-forest use Not harvested from forests in which genetically-modified trees are planted
We are looking forward to working once again in the Burlington Arcade, for Turkish jeweller Mevaris, which will be on-site in October. READ FULL NEWSLETTER HERE
The focus of Data 51 is Clogau’s new flagship store in St David’s Centre, Cardiff, which was completed after an extensive six-week refurbishment. READ FULL NEWSLETTER HERE
The focus of Data 50 is The Glasshouse at The Grove, designed by award-winning Martin Hulbert Design, who styled the hotel’s original interiors. READ FULL NEWSLETTER HERE
The focus of Data 49 is the new kiosk that we delivered for International Currency Exchange within refurbished concourse at London Luton Airport. READ FULL NEWSLETTER HERE
In this issue we focus on the fit-outs of four new stores for Clogau, the Welsh family jeweller, which we delivered in an eight-week period. READ FULL NEWSLETTER HERE
The main focus of this newsletter is the new store that we recently delivered for Oliver Bonas in Leamington Spa. READ FULL NEWSLETTER HERE
In this issue there is news of a high quality retail project we recently completed for Clogau, a successful family jewellery business. READ FULL NEWSLETTER HERE.
Datum has recently completed to build a new visitor experience for Fuller’s Smith & Turner at the iconic Fuller’s Brewery off the A4 at Chiswick. READ FULL NEWSLETTER HERE.
We started 2018 on a positive note with a number of exciting new projects with clients including Oliver Bonas and Welsh family jeweller, Clogau. READ FULL NEWSLETTER HERE
The focus for this issue is the work we are doing with iSmash, the UK’s leading tech repair specialists, which launched in London in 2013. READ FULL NEWSLETTER HERE
The first half of 2017 has been extremely busy for us with a diverse range of projects for both new and existing clients. We are delighted to be continuing our 20-year association with Liberty London, recently completing their new stationery department (pictured above). Read full newsletter HERE.
The main focus for the latest issue is the new store that we recently completed for Winsor Bishop. This was a challenging project as the client had a deadline of just weeks 8 and at the time of our appointment the design scheme hadn’t been finalised, let alone signed off. The contract was negotiated with regular cost reports — updating the client as the design was released to us. Read full newsletter HERE
The main news in this issue is that we completed the refurbishment of Charbonnel et Walker’s store in Canary Wharf. We were appointed by London-based CADA Design, an award-winning interior design agency with whom we have worked successfully with for over 15 years. READ FULL VERSION OF DATA 40
CHARBONNEL et WALKER / Premier Retail / October 2016 A stylish makeover has brought sweet success to exclusive chocolatiers Charbonnel et Walker’s Canary Wharf store, with sales trading up by 20% in just over two weeks following the introduction of a fresh, modern look. London-based CADA Design created a stylish monochromatic new scheme that has helped to boost sales. READ FULL ARTICLE SEE THE PROJECT FEATURED IN DATA 40
We continue to win a variety of work with both new and current clients, and I am delighted to bring you news of a selection of our recent appointments. One of those recent projects was to re-fit the Canary Wharf Shopping Centre store for upmarket chocolatier, Charbonnel et Walker, working with one of our long-term clients, London-based CADA Design. We have worked with CADA on a number of projects in recent years and we always look forward to working with them. Read full newsletter by following this LINK.
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new website, which has been completely re-designed. The new site is fully responsive, which means that no matter what screen size you are viewing it on the content will automatically scale to fit. With more and more people using mobile devices to access the internet a new site was needed.
We continue to be busy with a variety of projects including working at the five-star Grove Hotel Resort in rural Hertfordshire and two luxury private residence in London’s St James’s and Chelsea. We have recently completed another project for Hidden Hearing refurbishing their store in Canterbury as well as a new Sunglass Hut concession at Selfridges, Trafford Centre and a new pop-up shop at Selfridges Oxford Street — projects which are the main focus of this newsletter. To see the whole of issue 38 of Data, follow this link.
Working in conjunction with Galliford Try Construction, we have been appointed to provide bespoke joinery and metalwork services for the Grove Hotel, in rural Hertfordshire, which is a luxury spa and golf resort and the home to the England football team. Phase one of our work was the fit-out of the new Cedar Suite, with phase two due to start in August. This will be hte fit-out of the Amber Suite, which will undergo a complete transformation.
We have had a very busy start to the year with appointments from Luxottica for a new sunglasses concession in Selfridges, Trafford Centre, as well as work at the Grove Hotel, Watford, and two upmarket private residential projects in London. READ FULL VERSION OF DATA 37
We are also delighted to announce that we have recently achieved Safecontractor accreditation, which is a leading third party accreditation scheme that recognises very high standards in health and safety management amongst UK contractors. The accreditation is a tangible recognition of our commitment to achieving excellence in health and safety standards. Safecontractor also plays a vital role in supporting our clients in meeting their own health and safety obligations, as well as demonstrating that we have excellent risk management procedures in place on all our sites — essential, as our work is often carried out in occupied public buildings.
Following on from our highly acclaimed recent projects at Fortnum & Mason, including fitting-out the Jewellery Department and Whisky & Spirits Department, we were delighted to have been appointed to fit-out the new Fresh Counter area in the Lower Ground Food Hall. At the same time we were also appointed to fit-out the new click-and-collect customer services area. The main challenge was that we had to work to a very tight timeframe with an immovable deadline: the project had to be completed for the Christmas trading period; the store also had to remain fully operational whilst the work was completed..
In this issue we bring you news of several recent projects, including David Clulow Sunglasses in Harrods; details of the new check-in desks for Bond Offshore Helicopters and two new customer services counters for Intu Properties. READ FULL VERSION OF DATA 36