Frequently Asked Questions
The Answer To All Your Questions
After our initial consultation, we are equipped with the knowledge of your business and its requirements. From there, we begin the space planning process where we provide you with sketch plans that explore all options. This ensures that your new office fit out meets your needs, both aesthetically and in form and function. We provide a comprehensive cost assessment of the works involved before you sign off the works.
Yes. We can carry out full office refurbishments while you continue to operate throughout the project. We take all necessary precautions to ensure all areas are made safe which enables the staff to be confident that they can still carry out their daily duties. All noisy works are carried out after hours and weekends to maintain a functional working environment.
The design, quoting and approval stage can take between 1 – 2 weeks, depending on the size of the project. The fit out or refurbishment work is dependent on the amount of type work and finishes selected. As a general rule for the fit out is 3 to 8 weeks, depending on size of the project.
Depending upon the scope of works your project may require building regulation approval. We will advise you accordingly, however, as a general rule of thumb if the means of escape, in the case of fire, are being affected in any way then yes it will be required. However, we can advise on a project basis and can deal with the building regulation application on your behalf.
We’re proud of what we do and happily invite clients to see jobs in progress and completed projects. Let us know and we can arrange a viewing at your convenience.
We can take on any project, large or small. We are big enough to handle very large contracts and large refurbishments but we are small enough to take on smaller projects such as a simple painting job. Whatever your needs, we are sure we can meet them. If you are unsure of anything please ask us.
Yes. You will need to inform the landlord of the work and get a sign off prior to work commencing. This occurs once the floor layout has been approved and finalised.