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St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington

Epsilon provided a full Construction Management service on the £2million refurbishment of the existing museum, completing the project on programme in July 2017. Epsilon provided full cost control that enabled the Museum to bring out of scope elements into the project within the approved Cost Plan.

Shree Swaminarayan Temple, Kingsbury, NW London
The construction of the new Temple, Multi-Function Hall including extensive external works and landscaping, was completed as programmed in August 2014. Epsilon acted initially as Contract Administrator but the appointment was expanded to a full Construction Management one after the structural frames of the two buildings had been constructed. The overall project value was £12 million.

London Transport Museum                                                                    
The continuation of the close working relationship between London Transport Museum and Epsilon, which started in 1993, saw the successful completion of a new ticket office, toilets and visitor facilities at the Museum's Acton Depot. The works were valued at £360,000 and were carried out during the critical time window from Christmas 2014 to Easter 2015. Epsilon acted in a full Construction Management role for the project.

Refurbishment Projects for Nearfine Ltd
Epsilon continues to manage all the refurbishment projects for Nearfine. A project valued at approximately £200,000 was undertaken in 2015 and the management of a £600,000 refurbishment project was carried out in 2016 - 2017.

IK Invesments Ltd
Epsilon acted as Contruction Manager for the £385,000 refurbishment and reconfiguration of IK Investments' Brettenham House offices, on the north side of Waterloo Bridge. The works were completed within a 7 week summer shutdown period in July/August 2014. This is another example of Epsilon's continuing successful relationships with clients, having previously worked with IK Investments in 2002/3.