Based in the South-East of England and with a 35-year plus track record of quality and service, Pexhurst has grown from a background of office fit-outs to excel in a wide range of sectors including education, healthcare, commercial, industrial and restoration.
The best people, design, specification, workmanship, quality, service and after-care resulting in 100% customer recommendation ratings for this award-winning company. With a comprehensive portfolio of services across all sectors, from interior fit-outs and refurbishments to specialist, high-profile Design & Build and space planning projects, to delicate, detailed treatments of listed and heritage buildings, our clients come to Pexhurst for the highest standards of design, specification, delivery, workmanship, quality and customer support.
Office space is at a premium in the heart of the City of London and tenants pay high prices. Home to pension fund managers and investment bankers, 30 Coleman Street is no exception.
So when Pexhurst came to carry out a refurbishment of the ground floor reception, external cladding and staircase to first-floor offices, it was paramount to maintain an operational building and keep busy tenants happy during the works.
Pexhurst has completed a stunning refurbishment of dilapidated industrial premises at Harlow’s Mead Park for client Prudential Assurance and project manager Malcolm Hollis.
Pexhurst has brought the building up to modern standards and refurbished services so that the premises can potentially be subdivided by future tenants.
The University of Hertfordshire is busy revamping its College Lane Campus in Hatfield.
The 2020 Estates Vision is the most radical intervention on the campus since it opened nearly 60 years ago, an ambitious development programme which will allow the University to tackle the challenges of the next ten years.
Pexhurst is one of the University’s framework contractors and has a long track record of successful project delivery for the growing education provider. The latest development has seen the £400k refurbishment of the ground floor of the Mercer Building, where the University’s Estates, Hospitality and Contract Services department will be taking over accommodation previously occupied by the Student Centre.