2 Gees Court, London, W1
The original works at Coin House were external cleaning, repairs, and redecoration. During the course of these works, structural investigations were carried out to the rusting steel frame and it was discovered that the building is suffering from what is commonly known as Regent’s Street Disease. The expansion of the steel work has caused the external cladding to fracture and fail in several high pedestrian locations.
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