Woods have commenced works to the British Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden.
Great Britain established a diplomatic mission in Stockholm in 1720. The current embassy building was opened in 1967 and was designed by the architect William S. Bryant.

Our works include the removal of sprayed coating residues and debris. All plasterboard ceilings, MMMF, suspended ceilings and associated tracking and lighting is being removed and disposed of asbestos waste and all ceilings and associated lighting is being replaced in accordance with the clients specification.

14th November 2018
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Woods goes International

Woods have commenced works to the British Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden. Great Britain established a diplomatic mission in Stockholm in 1720. The current embassy building was […]
14th November 2018
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Woods support ARCA charity week

Woods are delighted to have raised £2715 during the ARCA Charity Week which took place between 10th and 14th September 2018, raising funds for two worthwhile […]
7th November 2018
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Abertillery Bowls Club

Abertillery Bowls Club was constructed some 40 years ago and is located in Blaenau Gwent on the borders of the Brecon Beacons National Park […]
7th November 2018
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Middlesex Hospital Annex

Built in the 1770’s as an “H” shaped block with wings to front and rear and originally the poorhouse for the parish of Covent Garden […]