Smallman & Son have just completed a office refurbishment in central Leicester. Works included new lights fittings and suspended ceiling. Small power was upgraded a long with new A/C. Due to water damage new stud work and plastering had to be installed and applied including decoration throughout.
Joinery works included a new kitchen, office doors, architraves and skirting. The area including the outside of the building had a full chemical clean.
Smallman & Son Ltd have been awared another contract at British Gypsum which includes alterations and refurbishment of the first floor shift managers office. The project requires the forming of new structural openings, forming of new stud partition walls and new suspended ceiling. The project requires strip out of all existing services prior to installing new kitchen units, flooring, electical and mechancial fittings. New joinery items such as doors and skirting are included along with full decorations throughout. Smallman & Son specilaise in all types of refurbishment projects within the commercial and public sectors.
Smallman & Son continue to build there reputation and relationship with Loughborough College. The most recent project completed was the refurbishement of the student canteen.Works included were to construct a new servery, and wash up area, items included in the refurbishment were new suspended ceilings, upgrade of lighting and power , and refurbishment existing hardwood flooring.
Smallman & Son Ltd have been awarded an additional contract at British Gypsum based at Barrow upon Soar for the provision of an office refurbishment. Works consist of enlarging door openings, make good plaster prior to fitting new doors and skirting boards. There will new decorations throughout and the existing floor is to be uplifted, the sub floor to be prepared prior to fitting new carpet tiles. In addition the existing suspended ceiling will be removed prior to the new ceiling being installed.
Leicester Builders, Smallman & Son were awarded this project by a new Client Chesapeake to refurbish and alter the engineer’s workshop
The scope of building works included the installation of new steel beams on pad stones and allow for temporary propping. This allowed us to take down existing walls and demolish others to re configure areas of the building.
Excavation of the existing floor was necessary in order to construct and slab over piles with reinforcement, vapour barrier, insulation, DPM, and sub base.
New Stud partitions were formed in timber with MDF cladding. Re glazing was also required and a new slate roof to match existing. Small power, flooring and new decorations were also included within the project.
This project included various refurbishments in the lower medical block.
Phase one included a disabled bath with hoist being fitted and the requirement for phase two was to supply and install wash hand basins and furniture – including cabinets, shelving and cupboards which all complied with infection control and hygiene standards.
We also refurbished the shower rooms in this specialist unit.