We started by working on the external decoration, decorating all of the concrete panel’s brilliant white and the red brick banding grey. Whilst this was going on, we replaced a large proportion of the double glazing which had failed. We prepared and refinished all of the opening frames with a 2 pack, grey spray paint finish. All of the aluminium capping’s and pressure plates were removed and replaced with new grey polyester powder coated materials. To match the colour of the grey painted glass, we went to a specialist film manufacturer and had the vinyl purpose made to a specific colour.
The existing revolving doors were removed and replaced with auto sliding doors and a new doorway created into the curtain wall glazing system. Our decorating team redecorated the inside of the building, from top to bottom, for each of the tenants to their own specification.
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We were asked to update the appearance of two office blocks on a commercial estate. They were built in the eighties and looked old, tired and not very appealing to prospective tenants with what else is available in the area. Our brief was to make them look the same as a building next door which had been refurbished a few years earlier, but at a fraction of the cost. The buildings were fully occupied at the time the works were carried out, so we had to be on top of our game to ensure the safety of everyone on site. We had multiple cherry pickers and cranes working all around the buildings, so planning and communication were paramount to the success of the project