Wilby & Burnett
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We are a multi-disciplinary practice of Chartered Architects and Surveyors, founded in 1979.
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Wilby & Burnett were shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards with The Remaking of St Joseph’s School
Dramatic news was reported in the national media – the London Evening Standard reported that “Firefighters battled into the night to contain a blaze that raged at a Victorian primary school in north-west London for six hours…. Wilby & Burnett were appointed to coordinate efforts to provide temporary emergency accommodation and to consider options going forward. Despite the devastation of the old school, it was found that refurbishment and retrofitting would give a more economical solution than a new building. The school had been a fine exemplar of late Victorian school design in London, with splendid decorative brickwork, elegant fenestration, articulated staircases and a gabled and turreted roof profile topped by a magnificent lead covered cupola. It had a very considerable presence in the area and its resurrection, it was decided, should be the aim
Project Management. The administration, management and communication co-ordination of a building project from initial briefing through to commissioning and occupation.
Architecture. A complete design and contract administration service using traditional architectural skills and the latest Computer Aided Design technology.
Building Surveying. Advice on the construction, maintenance, repair and refurbishment of all types of building.
Quantity Surveying. The financial and contractual management of a building contract to ensure that the client receives ‘value for money’.
CDM Services. Health and safety co-ordination of a building project as required under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015.