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52/58 Thomas Street

The refurbishment of Keene House on Thomas Street in the northern Quarter of Manchester comprises the demolition of a series of existing units which are built around an internal courtyard, allowing for the redevelopment of a new aparthotel building with retail/commercial spaces at gro
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McDonalds Refurbishments

McDonalds have launched a nationwide reimaging programme to improve its brand image amid increase competition in the fast food sector. The programme includes the move away from a cafeteria feel to a more intimate restaurant; creating inspirational, sophisticated designs and extensions
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TGI Friday’s

We provide structural engineering services for TGI Fridays national chain of restaurants, including structural advice for re-fitouts, internal refurbishments and restaurant extensions. Within this framework we provide professional advice from initial site acquisitions through detailed
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Costa Coffe

We provide structural engineering services for new and existing Costa coffee outlets.  This has included challenging sites such as Heathrow Airport (pictured). Key Facts Within this framework Booth King provide professional advice from initial site acquisitions through detailed design
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Alma De Cuba, Liverpool

This was a skilful and highly successful conversion of a disused mid-18th Century church – St Peter’s, the oldest Catholic church in Liverpool – into a popular bar and restaurant in Liverpool city centre. The conversion included: The installation of a three-level mez
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Swan Square, Manchester

Swan Square provides 14 self-contained three storey units targeted at the creative and fashion sectors. Each unit has its own shop front, allowing occupants to have a retail window for their business if they wish, with their offices above. Key Facts Due to planning constraints on the
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Liverpool One

The Liverpool One project, previously known as The Paradise Street Project, involved the redevelopment of 42 acres (170,000 m²) of under utilised land in Liverpool city centre by Grosvenor Estates in Liverpool. Paradise Pavillion is a single storey retail unit in a key position at the
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