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Architect ttsp

Architect ttsp has completed a £45 million refurbishment job on the government's Admiralty Building in London's Whitehall - but only after discovering asbestos in the concrete, which set the scheme back and added to the cost. The practice, noted for its work on fit-outs in the City of London, undertook a widescale reworking of the Grade II-listed building by Leeming and Leeming for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Project architect Pauline Fowler said that midway through the ...

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