These works were done for a regular client of ours. We began with an assessment of the unit, which was at the end of a long term lease. One of the main issues identified was the condition of the carpet, which was worn and stained in areas.
The decision was made to replace the carpets throughout the property to give it a fresh, clean look. In addition to the carpet replacement, the small kitchenette was deep cleaned and cupboard doors and tiles were replaced. The property was also in need of a fresh coat of paint on walls and ceilings. This included preparing the surfaces by filling any cracks or holes, sanding where necessary, and applying primer before the final coat of paint was applied. The new paint gave the unit a bright, clean appearance ready for the new tenants.
Finally, electrical tests and fluke tests were conducted to ensure that the property was safe and up to health and safety standards. This included testing all electrical outlets, lighting fixtures, and appliances. Overall, the dilapidation project was a success, with the unit being transformed back into a clean and functional space ready for the new tenants to move in and make it their own.
Bexleyheath Methodist Church opened its doors in 1926 and has been a staple in the community since then. Our very own Director Steve, attended nursery school in the very hall we were asked to freshen up.
The main tasks the client requested was a fresh coat of paint throughout the building and to renovate the large expanse of parquet floor which involved sanding, repairing and oiling the timber.
The key challenge for us during this project was the time it took to prepare for painting. The hall had significant damage to all walls and doors. We pride ourselves on doing the best job possible, and for such a special and local client nothing was too much trouble.
Whilst on site we also repaired kitchen cabinets, doors and overhauled the fire doors, replaced safety signage throughout and completed electrical tests.
We have since been back to the church on occasion to carry out any general maintenance jobs that they have come across. We have a fantastic working relationship with the management team here and we have plans to do some other refurbishments for them in the near future.
This project was one of our first refurbishments that we were asked to carried out at workspace, it was around 150Sqm. We began with a full strip out of the unit including flooring, partitions and cabling. We then moved onto the sub-floor preparation, this was to ensure that when we later laid the new floor, it was properly supported and level.
The previous tenant of the unit had painted the brickwork wall at the back of the unit. We used a sand blasting machine to expose the beautiful brickwork and bring it back to life. We installed new lights and electrical trunking across the unit and made sure that the network cabling was practical and functional. We also completed all of the decoration works across the unit to the clients specific aesthetic, including flooring specifics by the client.
This project began with an assessment of the warehouse layout and the available space. It was identified that the warehouse had a high ceiling with unused space above the main office. After careful consideration and planning it was decided to create an upstairs office which would house a meeting space.
To create the upstairs office, walls were erected to divide the space into rooms and windows were added to make the most of the natural light coming from the warehouse. A corridor was created to provide direct access to the new space, and power was run to ensure that the new office would have the necessary electrical infrastructure.
One feature of the new meeting space was the state-of-the-art video conferencing package. This was installed to enable remote teams to collaborate effectively and efficiently. The video conferencing package included high-quality cameras, microphones, and speakers, ensuring that everyone could see and hear each other clearly. The meeting space itself was designed with comfort and functionality in mind.
The space includes 14 seats arranged around a large table, with plenty of room for collaboration. The chairs are comfortable and adjustable, and the table was designed to accommodate laptops and other equipment.
This project was one done for a long standing client of ours who needed some work done in one of their own properties. We began by spending some time with the client at the location designing and planning, we decided together on a layout, fixtures and fittings and what the floor and walls would look like. Once all the finer details had been ironed out we got started on the strip out of the old bathroom, we knew the the layout would be
slightly different to the old one so we removed some of the old pipework and just replaced the bits that were staying with fresh pipe.
Once we had removed the previous tiles from the walls it was obvious that we needed new plasterboard and to prepare the walls for the new tiling and paintwork. Once the walls and floors were ready we were able to move onto fitting any new electrically and pipework that was necessary. When this was complete we were able to fit the new suite, start tiling and laying the new floor.
Finishing touches were added like towel rails and toilet roll holders and all units were tested.
This client asked us to erect an outdoor structure in a garden that would enhance the overall look and feel of the space yet be completely functional on the inside as a working or living area. During the planning and design phase of the project we collaborated extensively with the client making sure that what they wanted was both achievable and cost effective. We chose materials together, decided on the size and shape of the structure and surroundings and created a detailed plan that outlined the construction process from start to finish.
We then moved onto the site clearance and began laying foundations and footings for the structure. We moved onto erecting the structure. The client had chosen to have a completely wooden frame and roof and once the waterproofing was complete we were able to move onto installing windows, doors and exterior finishings.
Challenges faced at this point in the process involved keeping the building within regulations, due the the size of the plan we didn't require planning permission for this, however we wanted to make sure that at every stage we were working within our allowance.
Once the build was complete we were able to lay the new decking, turf and kit out the inside with full kitchen and living space including an entertainment centre.
The client was over the moon with the result and has since called us back to do some work on their other properties.