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Narrow Quay House

Watts was instructed to negotiate a settlement of the terminal schedule of dilapidations served on the outgoing tenant. The tenant had been in occupation for 25 years and had undertaken numerous alterations to the property to benefit their occupation. The

Asbestos Survey Framework

Watts was appointed for an initial period of two years to undertake sampling asbestos surveys throughout Scotland. Survey work commenced in 2004 and the commission was extended until October 2007. The programme was again extended and was successfully comp

Highcross Shopping Centre

Watts was instructed to inspect the Highcross Shopping Centre to produce a 20-year Planned Preventative Maintenance Programme. Highcross is a city centre shopping mall comprising different elements and types of construction. The original shopping centre w

Bullring Shopping Centre

Watts was asked to produce a Planned Preventative Maintenance schedule for Bullring Shopping Centre in the heart of Birmingham. With over 1.2 million square feet, The Bullring is the 12th largest shopping centre in the UK. A team five Watts building surve

Queensgate Shopping Centre PPM

Watts was asked to produce a Planned Preventative Maintenance schedule for The Queensgate Shopping Centre, Peterborough. This regional shopping centre provides over 1 million square feet of net lettable space and car parking provisions for 2,200 cars. We

Cromer Road, Weighbridge Site

Our surveyor undertook full planned maintenance for our long standing Client. The works involved a full condition survey in effect of the client's protfolio and assets for the purpose of sale, insurance or maintenance. A Phase I environmental assessment

Ealing Town Hall

Watts carried out a detailed survey of this Grade II Listed Town Hall Building in relation to defective stonework cladding and roof leaks. The survey was carried out from a mobile cherry picker to ensure a detailed survey could be completed of all high le

Spelthorne Council Offices

Watts surveyed the client's headquarter building to provide a detailed costed schedule of condition. Watts used an in-house team of surveyors and cost consultants to efficiently resource this project as well as to project manage the specialist mechanical

Old Town Hall

Watts provided a feasibility and architectural concept design for a new one-stop multi-access point. Watts acted as lead consultant, coordinating architectural, mechanical and electrical services and structural engineering consultants, as well as providin

Town Hall Extension

The building was designed by the Camden Architects Department, and built between 1973 and 1977. The facia of the building is clad with concrete panels that had become heavily pollution-stained since the building was constructed. The objective of this fast

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