Admiralty House, London

Admiralty House in London is a Grade I listed building, used for UK government functions and as ministerial flats. We have carried out partial rewires to the ministerial flats for kitchen, bathroom and living area upgrades. Our work has also included basement lighting installations.

Admiralty House is steeped with history.
The site was home to the British Navy in the early 17th Century.
The building was was damaged by fire in 1694 and rebuilt by Christoper Wren.
Over the years the building has been used for many purposes but in recent years has become home to residing ministers with amongst others Winston Churchill calling the building home.
Work’s carried out:
Over the last three years MPE Electrical Contractors has carried out numerous works to the Admiralty House site.
These works include partial rewiring of ministerial flats to allow for kitchen and bathroom upgrades and basement lighting upgrades.

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