Wine Room Refurbishment
The Carlton Club is a prestigious members club that has been an integral part of London’s social scene since its establishment in Georgian London in 1832. The club’s original building on Pall Mall was destroyed during World War II, but it now resides at their current Georgian town house at 69 St James Street, London. The building is architecturally significant and has been designated as a Grade II listed property.
Quinn (London) Limited, also known as QLL, was tasked with converting a former library into a wine room at the Carlton Club. The scope of works included demolition of the existing structure, installation of suspended ceiling systems, full mechanical and electrical upgrade, internal redecoration, and restoration of windows, doors, and skirting boards. Additionally, the project involved alteration and landscaping of the rear terrace.
All the works were completed in a live environment, which required QLL to take special precautions to minimize noise and dust. The company worked closely with the client and the Carlton Club’s members to ensure minimal disturbance during the project. The project was completed to the highest of standards and resulted in QLL being appointed to deliver further works at the Carlton Club, including the refurbishment of the main Cabinet Room.
- WORKING IN A LIVE PRIVATE MEMBERS CLUB
- LOGISTICALLY CHALLENGING
The Carlton Club