Commercial build

Cost and time are two very important factors on all of our projects, especially Commercial builds.

Any variation to the contracted works will be discussed, with advice given including the potential impact on Contract cost, prior to the commencement of any such work, to enable our client to remain in control, of what can very often be a very strict budget.

Our professional contract management team ensure that progress, is monitored, assessed and dealt with on a pro-active basis. We create a detailed week by week programme for the project which is not only provided to all parties involved in the build but also all members of staff allocated to the project. Any deviation or amendment to the programme will discussed with clients at regular site meetings.

Our site management team have a keen eye for quality control ensuring throughout the whole construction process our high standards are never compromised.

Featured Project: Bicester Sports Pavillion

Our Client on this project was the town council who had been awaiting the construction of the pavilion for some 40 years!! The project was funded by the Football Foundation.

Safety and security were high on the agenda both for the duration of the build and for the completed project due to the exposed nature of the site and high level of pedestrian traffic in close proximity to the site. All aspects of risk prevention procedures were detailed in our Construction Phase Health and Safety Plan as the CDM regulations applied to this project.

The design incorporated vaulted ceilings throughout with glazed roof lights. Zinc roofing was specified along with vandal proof panels to the tall gable windows. The heating installed was an underfloor electric system controlled via an external weather sensor. The paint finish was also a high specification rubber paint.

We are very proud to have been involved in such a prestigious local project. The local FA also wishes to use the pavilion as a flagship scheme for all other local authorities undertaking similar projects.

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