41 Harley Street is an early 20th Century Edwardian townhouse. The property consists of load bearing masonry brickwork walls with a combination of timber and steel floor joists and boarding. The building is provided with a new lift located centrally which also incorporates new supporting steelwork within the floors. The rear of the property has been infilled to provide additional space. The front façade comprises ornate stonework which has been cleaned, repaired and restored.
Existing mansard construction covered in salvaged and new natural slates to pitched elevations. New insulated single ply roof coverings have been provided to all flat roofs, constructed in accordance with the current Building Regulations. A timber terrace is provided at first floor level on top of a new roof structure to the rear of the property. Parapets have been upgraded with either new lead cappings or new York stone copings.
Damp proofing has been carried out throughout the basement areas. Insulated metal stud linings with double layer of board are provided to achieve a minimum of 53 db acoustic attenuation. Generally painted plaster finished with painted and French polished timberwork.
New replacement timber half hour doors are provided throughout. Those doors incorporating vision panels are provided with safety glazing to BS 6206. Glazing to fire doors are in 6.5mm Pyran, clear fire rated to 30 minutes in integrity and insulation. All architraves, linings, stops, etc are solid and match the existing profiles.
New 8 person passenger lift serving lower ground to 5th floor. Lift shaft comprises steel frame with enclosing block work walls. Internal lift car walls provided with back painted RAL 9010 white glass on a steel substrate. Stone floor finish to match main entrance flooring.
The building shall be served by 1 new 200 Amp TPN service located within the utility area adjoining the basement vaults. Distribution boards are located on each floor.
FULLY SERVICED RECEPTION & STAIRCASE AREAS
Small power and data to consulting and examination rooms are provided throughout the building.
Feature LED lighting is provided within the main entrance corridors, reception and rear consulting room.
The building is provided with LED lighting within consulting rooms, examination rooms, corridors, escape routes, offices and toilets. The building is provided with a minimum of 400 Lux within the suites and remaining rooms are in accordance with the building regulations for the intended use.
Emergency lighting is provided in accordance with BS5266.
The building is provided on each floor with an integrated Cat 6/RJ45 telephone/data system to serve outlets throughout the building.
Each 2 floors shall have a localised Cat 6 switch located in a standalone wall mounted cabinet in the communal areas. Each switch shall have a fibre optic link to the basement data room.
New 2-pipe, DX, VRN comfort cooling/heating system to serve all areas. Centralised MVHR ventilation system provides extract ventilations systems to all areas where there are no windows.
Video and audio entry phone run through the Cat 6, complete with multi-digit push button door entry facility with interim, disabled refuge system, disabled WC alarm, Honeywall Galaxy 2 hard wired intruder alarm system and fire alarm compliant with BS5389-6i 2004 and BS5446, Grade A, LG1 system.
SHOWER / WC'S
Shower room, disabled toilet facilities, and WCs are provided throughout the building.
GENERAL FINISHES, FLOOR COVERINGS AND IRONMONGERY
Wall finishes – painted plasterboard over insulated internal wall details. French polish timber work. Replacement high spec ‘sash and casement’ double glazed timber windows to match existing profiles.
Floor coverings – The entrance and reception area have a Crema Marfil natural stone floor finish, the reception area also has an original fireplace as its focus, made of two different marbles with a cast iron register. The main staircase is carpeted with Bremworth Raffa Sharkskin carpet. External lightwells are paved with new yorkstone tiles.
The first floor rear terrace comprises timber decked area surrounded by ornate metal railings to match front entrance.
Dedicated facilities are provided within front entrance vaults.
Additional storage, cycle storage and clinical waste are provided with the front entrance vaults.
To the minimum standards specified by the current Building Regulations and to satisfy the intended use.
New below and above ground drainage systems. Toilets are mechanically vented and heated.
Floors are capable of supporting general office loads.