Integrated property support services and project delivery specialists Styles&Wood Styles&Wood has completed a £665,000 renovation at Golders Green Synagogue, in London.

Styles&Wood’s London division was appointed by The United Synagogue to design and deliver a 22-week full strip-out and refurbishment project at the Grade II listed building, which opened in 1922 and currently serves 500 families in the area.

The multi-phase project included redeveloping the main prayer hall, the addition of a new multi-purpose function area and the installation of a new kitchen and bridal room, as well as modernisation works to the building’s boardroom and classrooms.

The Altrincham, headquartered business was invited to complete these phases following the successful completion of a four-week refurbishment project at the adjoining Rimon Jewish Free School.

Steve Wilton, regional director at Styles&Wood Projects, said: “Golders Green Synagogue is a stunning building that fulfils a range of uses at the heart of its community.”

“This project will ensure it’s fit to continue doing so for many years to come.”

“Our in-house design practice worked hand-in-hand with our delivery teams to ensure that the redevelopment was sympathetic to the building’s heritage and listed status.”



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