Removal of two hour blockwork fire dividing wall in the warehouse (25 meters long 10 meters high) including steelwork restraints. Reposition existing steel staircase, refurb existing offices and toilets whilst the client was operational.
- To take down 220mm solid concrete fire wall 25 meters long by 10 meters high using scissor lift and boom (this had to be done block by block due to high level steel work constraints and heating radiant panels)
- Strip out a mezzanine office area and first floor
- Reposition steel staircase and cut down the landing
- Strip out existing ceilings and replace with new/re condition existing lighting and internal and external air ductsForm new doorways through existing two hour partition walls
- Prep all walls and woodwork for re decoration
- Strip out and replace all flooring
Some photographs of the work undertaken:
The works were coordinated in military style with the different materials being disposed into segregated skips (Metal, Plasterboard, Timber, Concrete Blocks and general waste) timing was crucial with the local skip company. The removal and re positioning of the metal staircase had to be done with the aid of a hi-ab wagon due to re positioning location and safety. The client’s and architect were highly delighted with the operation throughout to which has sustained a strong continuing working relationship leading into similar projects.
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