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21 Manresa road, chelsea

Project Overview:

Location: 21 Manresa Road, Chelsea, London

Client: Private Client

Contractor: Strip Out London Ltd.

Scope: Complete strip-out of luxury penthouse, including removal of floor tiles, ceiling tiles, plasterboard partitions, luxury bathrooms, marble fixtures, high-level services, underfloor services, fireplace, and kitchen.

Challenges Faced:

  • Navigating stringent regulations in a high-end residential building.

  • Coordinating with various stakeholders to minimize disruption to other residents during the strip-out process.


  • Flooring: Utilized specialized equipment to remove floor tiles and screed efficiently.

  • Ceilings: Extracted ceiling tiles to expose structural elements while preserving integrity.

  • Partitions: Dismantled plasterboard partitions and ceilings with precision to avoid damage.

  • Bathrooms: Carefully stripped out luxury bathrooms, including marble fixtures, ensuring meticulous handling.

  • Services: Removed high-level services and underfloor services with meticulous attention to detail.

  • Fireplace: Disassembled and removed the fireplace, considering its significance and structural impact.

  • Kitchen: Extracted the kitchen fittings and fixtures, clearing the space for future renovations.

Quality Assurance:

  • Implemented stringent quality control measures to uphold the highest standards of workmanship and safety.

  • Conducted regular inspections to ensure the completeness and integrity of the strip-out process.

Timeline and Project Management:

  • Duration: 4 Weeks

  • Efficiently managed resources and schedules to ensure completion of the strip-out project on time and on budget.

Located in Chelsea, Just off the King's Road, The Penthouse at 21 Manresa Road  is another prestigious, super prime residential strip out contract.

First we established that a refurbishment and demolition (R&D) survey had been undertaken. After reading the findings. Preparing a Construction Phase Health and Safety Plan (CPP) with associated Risk Assessment and Method Statement (RAMS).  Briefing our team on all Health and Safety (H&S) aspects of the upcoming project.  Confirming all team members understand the risks associated with their various work tasks and sign the Risk Assessment and Method Statement (RAMS) confirming knowledge of the risks and method of working.  


We developed a site logistics plan for the strip out, demolition and enabling works phase. A Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) was also created to anticipate our likely carbon foot print per project.  Record our carbon footprint accurately each week and per project.


This information was presented each week to clients at the weekly progress meetings. 


Following the statutory notifications, health and safety installations, signage and guidance. Site hoardings, site canteen, changing rooms and other site welfare facilities were erected or repurposed ready for the works phase.

In the strip out works phase we first undertook a soft strip of the offices, classrooms, kitchens, function hall, WC's and lobby area to make way for the extensive structural alterations, demolition and renovation works.

Following the soft strip out, we instructed structural engineers to design a temporary works schedule and design in order to adequately support areas where structural alterations were to be undertaken.

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