This project involved our planned and reactive maintenance service for Imperial College, Student Accomodation and Campus covering Emergency Works, Interiors / fit out, maintenance, Planned maintenance, Roofing, Small Works. All trades were provided including; Plumbers, Painters, Engineers, Electricians, Roofers, Paviours, Glaziers, Groundworkers, Carpenters, HVAC Engineers, Plasterers and Tilers.
Facilities & Small Works Division
Our Facilities & Small Works Division is headed by Kieran Kelly. This division carries out all manner of Reactive and Planned maintenance for many commercial Landlords and Public Sector Property Owners.
In addition we undertake various small works projects on behalf of clients across a varied range of property types and uses.
To view some of our recently completed projects please see below.
This project involved Scaffold over an Underground Station and a Fragile Roof, Roof Works, Facade Repairs & Decorations. The access on this project posed a significant challenge and we had to carefully design a scaffold that was suspended from the rear wall of the building. This was neccesary as the roof over underound station was fragile so it was neccesary to find another way of supporting the scaffolding.
H.A Marks are an approved LUL contractor and provide reactive and planned mantenance works at various Rail depots for LUL throughout London. A key feature of our work is a reliable and cost effective service working under Quensh and Depot conditions. Our staff are highly trained and competant having experience of Rail/Depot work for over 10 years.
Transport for London operates a very large and varied Real Estate Portfolio throughout London in and around the Tube Stations it operates. The portfolio consists of 3500 units which is mainly occupied Residential and occupied commercial. H.A Marks are a Framework Contractor carrying out works on a schedule of pre-agreed rates. We have worked on the portfolio for the last 12 years undertaking Planned & Reactive Maintenance.
Emergency attendance to assess sewage contamination to basement of retail unit. HA Marks received an emergency call to attend site to carry out leak repairs to foul waste pipe and following this allowed for a specialist emergency team to commence decontamination works. Following this HA Marks stripped out and refurbished the defective areas with a quick handover to allow the clients tenant to reopen their business.
34 South Molton Street is located directly above Bond Street Tube station, on one of London’s busiest shopping thoroughfares. The buildings façades front both Oxford Street and South Molton Street. The building consists of 6 storeys with a basement and retail units at ground level. The buildings were used as serviced offices prior to a fire in 2008. The fire completely gutted the 5th floor and roof and subsequently the rest of the building was badly damaged with water from extinguishing the fire.