Westbridge Hotel - Cmt construction


Project Description

This development is in the heart of the 2012 London Olympic park and consists of the restoration of an existing 17th century pub. The opportunity for new infrastructure projects provide substantial economic gains for clients and one of the major commercial re-development schemes is the West bridge Hotel.

The existing use was very dysfunctional and poorly maintained. Therefore, the vision was to provide a mixture of function, form and sustainability within the proposed design. Consisting mainly of a six storey development occupying 81 ensuite bedrooms, conference facility, restaurant, gym, meeting room, sauna and inclusive car parks.

Public houses of this nature bring back traditions of the Anglo-Saxon era.Due to the history behind the building CMT construction held great importance on  maintaining a sense of national heritage when restoring the building.The new, contemporary textures and finishes matched the existing features and for this we were encouraged to be nominated for the English Heritage Award.

While we were protecting the original features of the building in relation to the existing heritage building figures. We added advanced future and environmental measures to the development, such as high- tech insulation, acoustic walls and floors, computerised access door and lighting systems, harvesting tank, solar panels on the roof, and intelligent lighting control systems to all rooms.

At CMT we were proud that we completed the project on time, within budget and were encouraged to be nominated for the English Heritage Award.




elsenham homes


Project Description

Elsenham is a long-established village with a strong community spirit and great links to local towns and further afield.

Elsenham station (only moments from the development) offers regular direct services to both London Liverpool Street (55 minutes) and Cambridge (29 minutes), making the village ideal for commuters.In addition, the village is close to Junction 8 of the M11 motorway and only three miles from Stansted Airport, making international travel easy. Despite its excellent transport links, the village has retained its rural charm and the surrounding countryside offers endless possibilities for all sorts of leisure pursuits.

Cambridge Close provides high quality contemporary homes, designed with modern architecture in mind. Successfully integrating into the local streetscape and the village of Elsenham as a whole.

All the properties benefit from good light levels due to the space separation between the buildings and the orientation and sizing of glazing. The living/dining spaces are located to the rear of the properties throughout the development, providing the best views for residents, with bedrooms also located to maximise natural light. Innovative use of material means that each home benefits from excellent insulation, noise reduction, and low energy requirements. Every property has a private garden and dedicated off street parking, while the design of the scheme aims to create a safe environment and a unique sense of community.

Aesthetically, a small pallet of materials has been adopted across the development to achieve a consistency of design and a distinct identity.

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Cmt Construction_Madison Heights_1


Project Description

Situated on a spacious corner in the heart of South Wimbledon, Madison Heights comprises of fifteen attractively designed 1-2 bedroom apartments with an extensive ground floor commercial space.

With a picturesque village, expansive common,and an exceptional town offering restaurants, boutiques and numerous cafes. Wimbledon has long been a desirable location to call home.

The scheme offers generous terraces and winter gardens as well as a large communal roof terrace.

Madison Heights is now open, since the first quarter of 2018.

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Employer: Merton Ventures Ltd
Main Contractor: CMT Design & Construction
Architect: Feildon Clegg Bradley Studios LLP
Structural Engineer: Price& Myers Consulting Engineers
M&E Design: BSEC Ltd
Project Statues: Completed
Project Value: £2,950,000.00

Cmt Construction_ Stow Away Hotel _Lower Marsh_1


Project Description

Located on Lower Marsh, close to Waterloo station, the development features 20 micro-studios utilising prefabricated modular construction. The 5 story scheme occupies 137-139 Lower Marsh and sits within the Lower Marsh conservation area and on a Network Rail Freehold Site.

Main Contractor: CMT Design & Construction
Architect: Doone Silver Kerr Ltd
Structural Engineer: Price& Myers Consulting Engineers
M&E Design: BSEC Ltd
Project Statues: Completed
Project Value: £2,150,000.00

The development uses 30ft shipping containers as the building system so that the entire structure can be moved in the future at the end of the lease. The ground floor reception and café Restaurant are designed to complement the eclectic, independent and collaborative community of Lower Marsh.

Stow-Away Hotel is now open to the public.


CMT Construction_New Road Hotel (1)


Project Description

We are extremely excited to announce the completion of New Road Hotel, a stylish 80 bedroom boutique hotel in East London. It is set to be the no.1 place for sleeping, eating, drinking and meeting. Housed in a former textile factory in Whitechapel, this unique hotel has been inspired by the New York metropolis.

Employer: Legacy Holdings Ltd
Main Contractor: CMT Design & Construction
Architect: Synthesis Architecture
Structural Engineer: TWS Consulting Civil & Structural Engineers
M&E Design: CBG Consultants and BSEC Ltd
Project Statues: Completed
Project Value: £7,400,000.00

New Road Hotel features a signature restaurant by acclaimed chef Marco Pierre White, a fitness studio and several social zones where guests can enjoy live music, play pool in the games zone or relax in the library.
All rooms were cleverly designed keeping the original factory features, the original exposed brickwork and original large windows to allow in natural daylight.

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Cmt_Construction_John Vetch House _1 (2)


Project Description

The project began with the demolition of the existing post war building. The Project goal was to build 15 high-end units with a spacious rear garden. Combining contemporary living and iconic heritage into one, two and three bedroom apartments and coach houses.


Employer: Merrick Group

Main Contractor: CMT Design & Construction

Architect: DTC Architecture

Structural Engineer: JMS Civil & Structural Consulting Engineers

M&E Design: BSEC Building Services Engineering Consultants

Project Statues: Completed

Project Value: £5.400.000.00


The Legacy

Situated in the heart of historic Clapham and a stone throw away from Clapham Common. Myers Court comprises of 15 high-end units with a spacious rear garden. Combining contemporary living and iconic heritage into one, two and three bedroom apartments.

  In an area famed for Edwardian and Victorian design, one builder stood a top as the prime inspiration for Myers Court. Originally from Hull, George E. Myers’ meteoric rise as Master Builder led him to become right-hand man for famed early-1800’s architect Augustus Pugin. As one of the eras most respected and prolific builders, he was commissioned for work by both Prince Albert and the Rothschild family, building Mentmore Towers pictured above between 1852 and 1854 – his opus being his award-winning Gothic Revivalist work at The Great Exhibition of 1851.


He later lived and finished his career in Clapham, his pioneering buildership constructing many homes on the same road, with his exacting standards of luxury and elegance reflected in Myers Place.


The luxurious craftsmanship of Myers Court takes inspiration from George Myers. Amongst many prestigious achievements in London and England, master builder Myers built the grand villas on Elms Road – including the original Victorian villa which was located on the Myers Court site. 

Myers Court Project completed

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