The client required a retail unit to be constructed on an area recently purchased. Following several discussions we developed a clear understanding on what they required. This involved selecting and creating a design team for the project from conception through to completion. Once our design team were appointed including principle designer, architect, structural engineer, M&E engineer and quantity surveyor, planning approval was obtained and after several layout options had been proposed a feasibility study was carried out prior to finalising a warrant submission.
Construction would be completed over a 36 week period and the project was broken down into a series of packages for tendering sections of work. Following Form F10 registration works commenced including earthworks, drainage, sub structure, superstructure, access road and associated car parking all of which were carried out on a series of sub contracts.
Applications were made to all utilities and once agreement on routes and sums involved were in place installation works were carried out for connection to the existing utility network.
Unit was completed within the 36 week period and within budget.
Recenty competed building required several areas of improvement following a review of areas with client after 18 months in use.
This included ventilatiin to plant room, waterproofing to terrace roof, protection to internal walls, sign erection, joinery works, plumbing alterations and car park improvements.
Materials and contractor quotataions for works were obtained and appointmnets made. Thereafter porgramme of works was agreed with client representative for access to minimise impact on medical practice to function normaly.
Works were completed over a four week period including scaffold erection to assist with ventilation works and single ply roofing to terraced area.
Following planning approval client was looking to carry out construction of a new dwelling on the banks of the River Tyne, East Linton.
Architectural and Structural Engineering design was in place along with client budget. Review of design against budget was required along with arranging construction.
Once the budget was agreed, a warrant was obtained and Form F10 submitted.
Construction involved setting up packages of work for tendering including piling, groundbeams, drainage, blockwork, underfloor heating, ventilation, plumbing, joinery, electrical, drylinging, single ply roofing and decoration. Following a successful procurement process appointments made and construction commenced.