How I spend my afternoons after working at PZ360
Steel Frame Progress
Much of the steel frame and brise soleil is now in place and bolted down with connections ready to take the new roof and windows, which will then allow new staircases to be cut through the existing roof to the fifth floor. Meanwhile work to repair the facades has been completed to take the newRead More
PZ gets a facelift
After many months of planning and considering the challenges the pandemic has presented, Mount’s Bay Trading pressed the button on £1.5 million facelift and extension of the current building to both create an exciting new image and add rooftop residential accomodation. The main contractor for the works is Brady Construction Services Ltd. of Bodmin, whoRead More
Cornwall : Good for business
We just found this great article from Cornwall Trade and
Investment that we thought we would share with you!
Five surprising benefits of doing business in Cornwall
Learn a little more about how the Government’s Town’s Fund will revitalise
Penzance and neighbouring town of Nelywn. This is really exciting news!
£65M funding for three Cornish towns
Here is theRead More
Steel frame arrives!
This week following removal of 54 tonnes of concrete parapet the new sixth floor steel frame arrived, courtesy of Macsalvors. The work, which took place over three days required local road closures and some careful manouvering by the crane operators throught the narrow back lanes of Chapel Street.Read More
54 tonnes of concrete removed from roof
One of the first major tasks in our transformation of PZ360 was to remove the existing concrete roof parapet to allow the new sixth storey to be erected. Brady Construction servivces are working with specialist concrete cutting contractors. They have so far cut up and removed 54 tonnes of material ready for the new steelRead More
Proposed Facelift for PZ360
Penzance BID officer settles in at PZ360
A successful launch
More than 100 people attended a launch for PZ360,to celebrate the completion of 18 months of hard work and planning.
The hoisting of a special flag and the launch of a panoramic rooftop webcam were two of the highlights of the launch event.
The building – once dubbed the 4th ugliest building in Britain by The Daily