Case study
Maidenhead Synagogue

Works comprised of the demolition of the central part of the existing Synagogue building and its reconstruction on a larger footprint. Consequential alterations to building services, drainage and external works.

Project details

Contract | Maidenhead Synagogue
Contract Dates | January 2016 to July 2016
Contract Value | £450k
Client | Maidenhead Synagogue
Principal Designer | Sedgman Noble Architects
M&E Consultant | VL Designs


Maidenhead Synagogue, Grenfell Lodge
Ray Park Road

What we did

The project involved specialist asbestos removals in order to demolish part of the existing single storey building and total refurbishment of the remainder.

Where the existing part of the building was demolished, the construction of a new Entrance Lobby & Entrance Hall together with new WC facilities took place. Specialist structural work was carried out to create two large openings with moveable partition walls which was undertaken to provide greater flexibility of internal spaces in the Prayer & Kiddush Halls.

Works included new external windows and automated sliding door-set, external canopy, roofing system, partition walls, ceiling finishes, floor finishes and decorations.

Full mechanical and electrical alterations were undertaken to service the new extension and upgrade the existing including power, lighting, emergency lighting, fire alarm, intruder alarm, heating & ventilation services and sanitaryware upgrades.

The existing adjacent two storey building remained fully operational during the entire duration of the work, whilst all services were maintained