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FLOYD SLASKI LLP - 39/43 PUTNEY HIGH ST, LONDON SW15 1SP - T: 020 3910 2400 - E: FSP@FLOYDSLASKI.CO.UK - COMPANY NO: OC400574

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Portfolio: Education & Community 

University Centre Folkestone

Dance Music and Creative Media Studios

Contract Value

£2.7 Million

Contract Completion

2007

Floyd Slaski Role

Design and Build Architect

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This project involved the conversion and extension to a redundant glassworks factory in Folkestone, Kent for the Creative Foundation.

 

The scheme was purpose built for incoming tenants from Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Greenwich as part of the regeneration of the harbour area at Folkestone.  The project involved the conversion of existing warehouse buildings into media, fine arts and music studios all inter-linked by a new performing arts and gallery complex.

Institute of Hepatology

Contract Value

£4.5 million

Contract Completion

2016

Floyd Slaski Roles

Design and Build Architect

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The New Institute of Hepatology, built by Neilcott Construction with Floyd Slaski as the Architects on a Design and Build project, for the Foundation for Liver Research on the Kings College Hospital Denmark Hill Campus, Binfield Court, Coldharbour Lane.  This project entailed the demolition of the existing building and the construction of a three storey building which has provided offices, meeting and presentation spaces, research laboratories and additional research space.

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Contract Value

£450K

Contract Completion

2003

Floyd Slaski Roles

Architect

Woking District Council

Winnersh Library

This community library, the first new public library to be built by Wokingham District Council, serves both the Forest School, on whose land it is sited, and the local community.  The library provides a “gateway” between community and school.

 

Involving extensive liaison with the Council’s Libraries and Lifelong Learning Department and members of the Forest School the finished building, which was built to a tight budget, features many innovative materials, provides full disabled access, underfloor heating to keep walls free for books, displays and computers and can easily be adapted for future IT and learning needs.

 

The site originally contained accommodation for heads of year and as part of the enabling works prior to demolition Floyd Slaski created six new offices within the existing school library.  Despite the complex nature of the works this did not cause the school to suffer any disruption.