Working with Mace, ROC are currently working on the Electrical install to new a food and beverage areas in the BSkyB Head Office in Bentford. The project, which began in December 2015 is due to be completed by the end of February 2016.
The ROC team are running their socks off in Brighton!
With the help of ROC’s powerhouse of Electrical, Mechanical and Solutions services, West End dining and clubs tycoon Richard Caring has just opened a luxurious new Asian-styled fish restaurant and cocktail bar, with a name sure to turn heads: SEXY FISH.
For all of its claims to history, London might be the most constantly-updated city anyone could have the pleasure to walk through. New developments seem to squeeze themselves in between already-existing buildings while you weren’t looking, like a commuter elbowing their way onto the underground during the early morning rush.
Situated along London's Bankside - an energetic area in the midst of an exciting urban renewal - Hilton London Bankside is a stunning hotel offering up a mix of style and comfort, whether guests are checking in fro business or pleasure. The hotel is just a stone's throw away from the Financial District and is conveniently placed near to The River Thames, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and Borough Market.
ROC were involved in the full electrical installation of the Rextail restaurant in Mayfair working with Albemarle Restaurants and Arcacia Consulting following a six month refurbishment project. ROC worked closely with the architect to achieve the final design, which included the installation of CCTV and security systems.
ROC were fortunate enough to be involved in the full electrical installation of the new InterContinental Hotel in the heart of Westminster during 2012. Exceptional quality, state-of-the-art lighting design was implemented into this project to compliment the beautifully renovated interior which was carefully planned to achieve a boutique, intimate feel to a stunning hotel.
During 2011, ROC worked on an innovative construction project at 195-205 Richmond Road in Hackney, London. The scheme, named The Arthaus, included the construction of luxury apartments based around an atrium, which itself houses an art gallery.