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SOHO REVUE GALLERY
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Located within the former St James and Soho Club, The Soho Revue Gallery is a space which support the client’s ambition to “bring the buzz of art back to the West End”. Working behind a listed façade, the project needed to create a space that would be welcoming to the public and adaptable for the rolling cycle of exhibitions that were planned. This involved creating large unobstructed spaces, adaptable lighting set ups and electrical supplies that could be accessed from different locations
As the project was a refurbishment from offices to a public gallery, making sure all the necessary public facing elements were catered for was essential to make it an attractive and enjoyable experience for the public to visit.
The project sat as part of the wider estate redevelopment known as Ilona Rose House. This included a signature 12 storey mixed used building on Charing Cross Road as well as residential apartments to the north of the Gallery. It was therefore critical that the Gallery was given sufficient care and attention to ensure heritage aspects and quality were maintained. In order to do this we ring fenced the gallery as a standalone package and tendered to specialist fit out contractors. This also allowed for the Gallery to be completed in a phased manner.
Project Management & Cost Management
DML were involved as Project Manager and Quantity Surveyor on the project.
DML were responsible for coordinating the design team and main contractor using a JCT minor works contract to complete the refurbishment of the 4 storey building in the heart of Soho.
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