Breheny Ltd were contracted to carry out the re-development of the Bombay Sapphire Gin (distillery), situated on the Laverstock Mill in Hampshire.
Laverstock Mill has existed since 903AD. It was the site of a paper merchant, which made banknotes for the Bank of England in 1724. The mill was bought by the Bombay Sapphire company in 2010.
LJH were contracted to carry out the installation of the Yorkstone paving, laid in random lengths, to the distillery; and the yorkstone setts to the courtyards.
LJH’s quality of work, showed the tender requirement to match the historical importance of the mill. It is a testament, to LJH, that the new work matches in seamlessly with the rest of the historical building.
Breheny Civil Engineering