PBH were appointed as main contractor on this project having successfully completed work on the Wolseley. Working closely with the client, architects and interior design team Stiff & Trevillion, this stylish and sumptious fit-out was completed on brief and to deadline.
The existing second floor Electrical Homewares department was stripped out and refitted for Harrods in a phased operation allowing trading to continue with the minimum of disruption.
Since the initial opening of both Manchester stores, PBH have completed several remodelling contracts in each store and regularly undertake maintenance and minor works/alterations on behalf of the facilities management teams. The most recent works include the accessories and cosmetics halls in the Trafford Centre store and the womenswear superbrand area in the Manchester Exchange Square store, all designed by RTK Architects.
This Grade II listed building in London’s Mayfair was extensively refurbished to create ‘Fifty’, a new private members club, designed by New York based architect Jeffrey Beers.
Again working with David Collins and his team, this once infamous 50s Soho nightclub has been transformed into an exclusive, members-only venue, incorporating the very latest audio/video technology. The entire basement premises was stripped back to a bare shell, sound proofed and refitted with a new bar, DJ booth, reception, cloakroom/WC and staff facilities.
Formerly situated in St James’s Street London, this Michelin-starred restaurant was relocated to the Berkeley Hotel. Working in partnership with designer David Collins and his team, PBH undertook the refurbishment of this exciting project. Themed around the heritage and richness of the Petrus name, the opulent design, with its sculptured velvet wall panelling and decadent lighting, was created to reflect the restaurant’s status as a centre for gastronomic excellence.