In-Ex landscapes were contracted to design, supply and install the landscaping package on the Embassy Gardens Project.
Embassy Gardens is a part of the Nine Elms development, which is transforming an area west of Vauxhall into a new space for London. The new Nine Elms development is home to the new United States and Netherlands embassy, thus giving its the name ‘’Embassy Gardens’’.
LJH have been tasked with the complete execution of approximately 4,000m2 of paving, in a random pattern of yorkstone and granite, requiring meticulous attention to detail.
The randomised pattern needed to be quality checked, as the need to avoid ‘’patches’’ in one type of material was paramount. This also meant that materials needed to be checked regularly.
The Nine Elms development is a marquee development in London, with additional security risks.
LJH’s operatives had to pass stringent security checks, to be able to work on site. It is a credit to the long serving workforce, and the investment LJH instil in their workforce, that we were readily able to supply labour. We, at LJH, are incredibly proud of this; as it is our ethos to invest in people and therefore keep our highly trained operatives for generations.
In-Ex Landscapes were safe in the knowledge that they could rely on the quality, that LJH are able to deliver. Of specific importance on this project; as the area will be seen, and walked on, by various high-level dignitaries/celebrities over the coming years.
LJH were excited to be a part of this project. When we first started this company, we never thought that we would be paving areas for diplomats and ambassadors. This shows the leaps and bounds that LJH have managed to achieve, and the bountiful potential that we continue to offer the market in the immediate future.