Hillingdon House

Networking a heritage regeneration

Hillingdon House is a Grade II listed mansion in Greater London, which has had many uses over its lifetime. Originally built in 1717 as a hunting lodge for the Duke of Schomberg, it was destroyed by fire and the present house was built in its place in 1844. More recently it housed a RAF station, now however it is included in the new plans for the St. Andrews Park regeneration project, which sees it being converted into a 6,000 sq.ft restaurant with office space.


Together with Working Environments, a mechanical and engineering firm, IDS were appointed to design and install the network infrastructure for the site.


Rob Weston, Working Environments, details, “The IDS team did a very impressive job for us, working around tight and awkward spaces they custom built racks for us, providing the backbone of the house’s network infrastructure. IDS are a great company to work with as they always deliver on what they say.”




Hillingdon House

What Was Installed

  • Network infrastructure

More about Working Environments

Working Environments are a privately owned company who operate not only in mechanical and electrical services, air conditioning, integrated facilities maintenance and manufacturing, but also heavy engineering and processing industries. Working Environments are a founding member of The Environmental & Process Engineering Group.