Refurbishment of Agricultural Building

December 7th, 2012 by splendidapple

Smallman & Son have recently completed a refurbishment project on agricultural buildings in the Loughborough area.  The job consisted of:

  • Stripping off the existing flat roof covering to a store room
  • Installation of a single layer of torch on mineral cap sheet, including all up stand details
  • Connect into existing site gas main (150mm NB MDPE yellow) adjacent to the proposed new facility
  • Cut hard standing to line, break out and excavate the service trench up to the line of the existing building
  • Install new 50mm NB gas service to the outer wall and run in steel to the service entry pipe prior to entering the building with a manual ECV
  • Remove existing suspended LPHW unit heaters and associated brackets, and then replace with new ones
  • Isolate and remove the existing electrical installation, right back to the distribution board
  • Replace the existing distribution board with a new 6 way, 3 phase board – complete with appropriate sized RCBO’s & MCB’s
  • Install a new lighting system, comprising of 20 NR corrosion proof fittings, enclosed with new steel lighting trunking and conduit system
  • Install 2 NR corrosion proof fittings to the existing store area
  • Install 7 NR 8W bulk head emergency light fittings, complete with local test switch facility
  • Install 4 NR wall mounted corrosion proof fittings in the area opposite the garage door
  • Install 1 NR 150W Son floodlight over the front roller shutter door, complete with photocell and time clock control
  • Install 10 NR metal clad double power sockets throughout the building, wired in PVC cable, enclosed within steel conduit and trunking
  • Install electrical supplies for 1 NR compressor, 2 NR car lifts, 1 NR water heater, 2 NR high level heaters and 1 NR pray booth

All of the above was carried out to the customers satisfaction and for the net sum of £28,250.00

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