Oxcis IV to V (Completion)

OXCIS Phase IV

Medusa carried out cutting ahead of phase IV for the works so material was ready to be installed once the new main contractor was appointed.

The works for this phase included the outbuildings, new link corridor building, the Fellows courtyard paving and fountain, servery, dining rooms floors & corridors.

All the bathrooms & washrooms with covering over 150 granite vanity tops and eight full wall and floor clad washrooms in marble, granites and limestones.

 

Client: Oxcis Ltd
Architects: Blampied
Engineer: Campbell Reith
Principal Contractor: Kingerlee Ltd
Project Managers: Sweett Group

OXCIS Phase V

North ramp paving and walls, Yemen courtyard paving & fountain and building the Marsden road wall.

The Directors residence and garden floors and paving were laid including Botticino Semi classico marble floors.

We carried out the consultancy design & manufacture of the Prince of Wales gardens including all the materials for the water rills and fountains.

The production took nine months to carry out and was instructed by the client so we would be ready for the final phase

 

Client: Oxcis Ltd
Architects: Blampied / Mak & Partners
Engineer: Campbell Reith
Principal Contractor: Kingerlee Ltd
Project Managers: Sweett Group

OXCIS Phase VI – The Final Phase

The works included the laying of previously manufactured material for the Prince of Wales garden, which includes over forty metres of marble zig zag water rills, four white marble floor fountains, the formal fountain, step rills and the central lower garden fountain.

The water flows from the Multi colour Chaddar on the elevated terrace under the paving body and down the steps to the lower central fountain.

The South ramp with setts and coloured resin bonded gravel road and area of Yemen setts leading to the final section of the Yemen courtyard Indian Jali walls.

Medusa built the gate piers and last of the Marsden road wall to complete the project.

 

Client: Oxcis Ltd
Architects: Blampied / Mak & Partners
Engineer: Campbell Reith
Principal Contractor: Kingerlee Ltd
Project Managers: Sweett Group