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Auditorium & Art Gallery take shape along Brewer Street

St Ebbes Accommodation at left and Roger Bannister building behind white sheeting.

Auditorium / Art Gallery seen from New St Ebbes street accommodation

Auditorium / Art Gallery seen from New St Ebbes street accommodation

Measuring concrete form work

Measuring concrete form-work

New accommodation block at Rose Place

Preparing concrete form-work

Stairs from the Brewer Street bridge (not yet on site) that will link the two sites together

Stairs from the Brewer Street bridge (not yet on site) that will link the two sites together

New Brewer Street Accommodation block, street facade

New St Ebbes Street Accommodation block, street facade

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Photography  © Quintin Lake, 2011

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John Church, Bursar, Pembroke College

Charlie Harris, Deputy Home Bursar, Pembroke College

Glynn Biggins, Construction Director, Kingerlee

Darren Gammon, Project Manager, Kingerlee

John Clarkson, Design Manager, Kingerlee

James Cole, Quantity Surveyor, Kingerlee

James Roach, Project Architect, Berman Guedes Stretton

David Bonta, Senior Architect, Berman Guedes Stretton

James Renfrew, Architectural Assistant, Berman Guedes Stretton

Nick Pettit, Project Manager, Bidwells

Dan Carter, Project Manager, Bidwells

Cathlin Beaumont, Quantity Surveyor, Gardiner & Theobald

James Schofield, Structural Engineer, Price & Myers

David Woolley, M&E Engineer, Hoare Lea

Mike Wilford, Structural Engineer, Price & Myers

July’s site meeting for Pembroke College Oxford’s ‘Bridging Centuries’ Brewer Street Development. Photographed as part of an ongoing assignment from Pembroke College to document the project.

Photography © Quintin Lake

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Completed building work seen from St Ebbes Street. Forte Room (at left with new white windows) New Kitchen (at centre with new stone parapet) Renovated Hall (at rear) New Parking and Electricity plant (at front)

Pembroke College Hall After Renovation

Renovated hall with new underfloor heating, lighting and entrance to servery. Renovated floor paintwork and beams.

Renovated hall with new underfloor heating, lighting and entrance to servery. Renovated floor paintwork and beams.

Diners return to the renovated Pembroke College Hall

Diners return to the renovated Pembroke College Hall

Pembroke College New Kitchen 

Pembroke College Chefs in the new kitchen

Pembroke College Chef in the new kitchen

Pembroke College Chef in the new kitchen

Pembroke College Chef in the new kitchen

Pembroke College Chef in the new kitchen

Pembroke College Chef in the new kitchen

The New Servery

The New Servery

Pembroke College  New Forte Room 

New entrance to the Forte Room

Pembroke College Forte Room

Pembroke College Forte Room

Pembroke College New Bar 









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Archaeologists at work inside the completed ring beam foundation prior to further excavation

Ring beam foundation (left) and foundation reinforcing steels prior to concrete pouring (right)

Ring beam foundation which connects to pile foundation prevents the soil collapsing inwards when the deep excavation begins

J.P Dunn Groundworks team preparing foundations adjacent to Brewer Street

Spraying timber for foundation shuttering to prevent concrete adhesion

Wire tying foundation reinforcing steel

Cutting timber for foundation shoring

J.P Dunn Groundworks team preparing foundations adjacent to Brewer Street

Fabricating foundation reinforcing steel mesh

A carpenter fabricates the foundation shoring

A team of archaeologists from Oxford Archaeology at work prior to further excavations

An archaeologist uncovers flooring in the centre of the site

Archaeological dig in the centre of the site

An archaeologist measures his excavation

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Geothermal boring (at centre) and fabrication of the main ring beam foundation (below)

Steel reinforcing bars prior to fabrication

The top of the pile foundations are broken up so the reinforcing steel can connect with the ring beam

Top of the pile foundation with the steels exposed

Geothermal drilling machine in operation

Valve and pipes emerging from a completed geothermal bore hole

Coloured safety markers on a pile foundation

The tower crane foundation will be mounted on a permanent concrete foundation

A carpenter descends the protected period stairwell of the Bannister Building

New services installation in the Bannister Building

Flooring removal in the Bannister Building

Strengthening of the structural timber wall in The Bannister Building

18th century timber, lath and plaster exposed in The Bannister Building

Bannister Building period chimney pots awaiting restoration of the chimney

Extensive timber restoration on the roof of the Bannister Building

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