On this page we have provided detailed case studies for a selection of hoarding and fencing work previously carried out by AGS Hoarding & Fencing Ltd.
Hythe Imperial Hotel, Kent
The 100 Year old Hythe Imperial Hotel and Spa is a 4 star hotel, with spectacular views over the English Channel.
The Hythe Imperial Hotel was purchased by the GSE Group in 2007 with a view to restoring the venue and developing the surrounding land for the construction of 72 properties.
AGS were contracted to design and install perimeter hoarding as well as access gates for pedestrians and vehicles in relation to the new build activities.Download Full Case Study
The monument, one of the City of London's most outstanding landmarks and visitor attractions, closed on 30 July 2007 for a substantial programme of improvements and repairs.
The project, funded by the City of London Corporation, involved the cleaning and repair of Sir Christopher Wren's Monument's stonework and the re-gilding of it's most famous golden orb. The flame-topped Monument to the Great Fire of 1666 is the tallest isolated stone column in the world.
In order to protect the Monument and to provide both working space and a storage area whilst the renovations were carried out, a completely freestanding hoarding needed to be erectedDownload Full Case Study
The Tate Modern
Protecting the public is an essential requirement when working on a chimney 99m above ground. This is even more important when you are the Tate Gallery, who welcome up to five million visitors a year. AGS Hoarding & Fencing Ltd. were commisioned to facilitate these safeguards by providing a funcional and aesthetically pleasing structure around the entrances to the gallery, whilst some enabling works were carried out to the chimney above.Download Full Case Study
Originally a public house and located in the heart of the English countryside the property was purchased by our client, a private investor and property developer.
AGS were asked to provide design ideas respective of vehicle access gates, gate security, pedestrian access and boundary fencing.Download Full Case Study
The New Turner gallery
The New Turner Contemporary Gallery, open to the public from 2011, has been designed to celebrate JMW Turner's fascination with light. From the spacious naturally lit galleries to it's opaque glass exterior, the building will absorb and reflect light to create a distinctive and inspirational building.
AGS designed the hoarding to ensure stability in such an exposed position facing the English Channel whilst retaining an aesthetically pleasing facade for members of the public to view on a daily basis.Download Full Case Study
Emergency Response Hoarding - Stillness Junior School
Stillness Primary School in Brockley Rise, Forset Hill, London was gutted by fire on the afternoon of 28th August 2010. It took 50 firefighters two hours to control the blaze, which started in the annex building but quickly swept up through the roof, leaving large parts of the school unusable and completely gutted.
AGS were contacted at the early stages of disaster recovery and were asked to provide designs for semi permanent hoardings and screens in order to secure the boundaries of the site.Download Full Case Study