Protectahome have recently completed structural repair work to the Victory Services Club in London. This prestigious Military Members Club was founded in 1907 for retired and serving members of the Armed Forces.
Located in Marble Arch in London’s West End, home to the club since 1948, the Victory Services Club originally provided accommodation and support to needy servicemen and their families. In 1970 its charter was amended to include serving members of the Armed Forces and their families.
During an inspection of the front elevation one of the decorative stone gables of the building was found to be leaning forward. This defect required urgent professional attention to stabilise and strengthen the structure.
Protectahome were delighted to be contacted and to provide service, our operatives installed a series of Cintec anchors and tie bars to the front façade of the property on Seymour Street.
The club, whose Patron-in-Chief is HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, currently has over 32,000 paying members, giving it the largest membership of any Military Club in the country.