Adelaide House, London
Adelaide House an Art Deco Grade II listed building was one of the first buildings in London to have air conditioning, an internal mail system and not to forget, its own rooftop putting green. Notably, despite the extravagant pseudo Doric columns and stone friezes on the building, the eastern side of it lays bare thanks to the post-war demolition of the neighbouring building that reveals an undecorated facade. Some of the stonework used in the construction of the building is rumoured to have come
from the nearby London Bridge. Services provided include various instructions in respect of office reconfiguration, plant replacement and enhancements over a period of 5-6 years.