Wep:HSE are currently working on the Café Royal Project in Regent Street London – Principal Contractor Mace Group wep:HSE have been appointed by three world reputed International Clients including:
B&B Italia S.p.A, Poliform & Euromarmi90
- To prepare each client for pre-qualifications as prescribed by the requirements set out in the UK CDM Regulations.
- To pre-qualify each to the strict requirements of Mace Group pre-qualification procedures within a 4 week period.
- To produce method statements, risk assessments, COSHH and manual handling assessments within an extremely short space of time.
- Implement health & safety training courses with foreign language translators
- To ensure that the Italian project teams have sufficient time with wep:HSE and for wep:HSE to ensure they are all fully supported on such a prestigious project as Café Royal at all times
The historic Café Royal in Regent Street, London, where Oscar Wilde and Aubrey Beardsley were once regulars in the Grill Room, is being transformed into a 160-bedroom five-star Hotel. Home to the National Sporting Club for many years as well as being a venue for banquets and conferences, the Café has been leased by the Crown Estate to Israel-based Alrov Group, which sepcialises in developing landmark buildings and has a number of properties in Israel and Europe.
The 125-year, £90million lease deal was first mooted earlier this year and is now in full swing construction. The hotel will be the centrepiece of the massive Quadrant development by the Crown Estate which is designed to revitalise and open up the southern end of Regent Street and create a 44,000 square foot public space. Much of it will be traffic free and, after Trafalgar Square, it will be the largest new public space created in London for more than 30 years. The development site will include the Regent Palace Hotel as well as the existing Quadrant Arcade and has been described as the “most ambitious development ever undertaken on Regent Street”.
It will also include 16,000 square feet of shopping space, with many famous names expected to be keen on a base in Regent Street which is already home to big names such as Apple and the recently opened Banana Republic. The Georgian thoroughfare was designed by John Nash in the early 1800s and named after the then Prince Regent, later George IV. Completed in 1825 and originally called New Street, all of Regent Street, which was built to a unified design is now Grade II listed.
The benefits we have brought to our Clients
- Pre-qualified in short space of time,
- First Aid at Work & SMSTS Training undertaken with translators,
- High position within safety league (especially for new comers into UK Construction Industry)
- All safety documentation fully approved (method statements & risk assessments)
- Enabled International Clients to start work on site on time
- Continuous support throughout the project
- Setting up of safety filing systems
- Organising CSCS tests & other approved health & safety training with Italian translators
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