McLaren Construction and Luxlo celebrated the 77 Mayfair residential development with a Topping Out ceremony on 6th July.
Held at 77 Mayfair on the 5th floor penthouse, Rob Kremis, McLaren’s Divisional Director, invited Mr Chadha on behalf of Luxlo, Tim Gledstone, on behalf of Squire & Partners and Michael Morley on behalf of Coutts, to “trowel-in” the final piece of concrete. The ceremony is an important milestone on the route to the project’s completion in June of next year. It has been a challenging project in many ways, taking 21 months to excavate down almost 4 storeys and then come back up to roof level.
McLaren was originally appointed in a preconstruction capacity to assist in the demolition works. However during this period, McLaren also became involved in the design co-ordination of the new and existing structure, as well as internal finishes.
Rob said, “We are really enjoying working with such a collaborative client who takes a strong personal interest in the project. We look forward to the challenge of completing the fit-out of this exceptional residential development in 2016.”
Rohit Chadha, Managing Director of Luxlo said “77 Mayfair is the first new build in Mayfair for over 15 years. In partnership with Squires, Martin Kemp Design, Gardiner & Theobald, Lighting Design International, Stealth Installations, David Gilston Design, Ramboll, Hilson Moran, McLaren and the rest of the design team we are on track to deliver Luxlo’s original brief – a luxury “best in class” exclusive new development in Mayfair. We would also like to thank Coutts as our funding partners, Savills as our planning consultants and Edwin Coe, our solicitors for their unwavering commitment to the scheme as well as Knight Frank, Wetherell, Rescorp and Enel Properties in assisting with the successful sales process.”