This project was a design and build contract and involved the refurbishment and internal remodelling works to two existing buildings on the site.
The Granary Building needed minor internal remodelling works, including new glazed partitions, adaptions and replacement of doors, new windows, access controls, new finishes throughout and new mechanical and electrical installations.
The Stables and Warehouse Building needed a full remodel, including an extension to the neighbouring warehouse. New internal partitions with cavity blockwork separated the newly formed offices from the noisy warehouse and new finishes, sanitaryware, kitchenette, Crittal style windows, mechanical and electrical installations and adaption and replacement of doors.
External works consisted of the demolition and re-working of some existing cattle pens to create some additional storage space, plus the formation of new decorative planter areas complete with external lighting.
The standard of finish required involved some very difficult detailing during the pre-construction phase and we worked tirelessly with our own architect and the employer’s agent to ensure we provided the client with exactly what was expected. We also worked hand in hand with the client’s own interior designer and artisan tradesmen who supplied and installed the high spec fixed furniture. All of the works had to be carried out on a busy working farm and involved a great deal of communication and co-ordination with the farm manager so as not to disrupt their day to day roles.