Out with the old…
If your office is in need of some TLC, you plan to relocate to premises in need of renovation, or you’ve spotted an unused space that you think is ripe for refurbishment, we can help.
With the support of our office interiors team, we can project manage and execute the entire refurb, planning the best use of space, ensuring full regulatory compliance, coordinating and executing every phase of works, and upholding all health and safety protocols from day one.
Our building refurbishment expertise
Utilising only the skills and experience of our own dedicated foremen, craftsmen and installers, we can deliver a turnkey package with as many or as few refurbishment disciplines as you require.
In full-scale projects we’ll handle everything including the initial space planning; feasibility studies; building, DDA and fire regulations; CAD drawings; job specifications; project scheduling; light demolition; necessary building repairs; the erection and installation of new components such as suspended ceilings, partition walls, windows and doors, mezzanine platforms and floors; any bespoke joinery; mechanical and electrical works; lighting; plastering and decorating; heating and plumbing installations; voice and data cabling; networking; audio visual technologies; project management; EHS coordination and cost control.
These services are fundamental when transforming an office space, but can be extended to auxiliary environments too including receptions, boardrooms, canteens and restrooms. We can even support you with front of house works including external signage.
A single source supplier
Many businesses are tempted to tackle such projects themselves. However, sourcing, briefing, coordinating, managing and paying different tradesmen and installers is certainly an extensive task. . The likelihood of differing standards, project delays, communication breakdowns and corners being cut, is simply too high. Plus it becomes a significant distraction from your day job, which drastically adds to the project ‘cost’ you’re no doubt working so hard to restrict.
As with so many areas of procurement, one point of contact or a single source supplier can reap multiple benefits – greater budget control, tighter risk management, consistent quality, less paperwork and all-round reduced hassle.