To reduce costs and improve internal communications, Heathcoat Fabrics decided to relocate everyone into one building – an old mill, situated within a conservation area.
Heathcoat Fabrics required a contractor that could provide a high quality fit-out and audio visual solutions to the new office space. The fit-out project encompassed new dry lining, ceiling bulkheads and curved rafts features. It further included the installation of a new suspended ceiling, double glazed facetted partitioning, solid curved walls, a new air conditioning system, flooring and all decoration work.
Claremont was appointed to provide all fit-out works and also installed audio visual solutions. This included the installation of projectors, that projected onto walnut framed projection dry wipe whiteboards, with laptop connectivity beneath the tables.
Claremont’s project team co-ordinated effectively with all contractors involved to ensure that the work was completed to a high standard and with minimal disruption.
Special features of the works comprised of a bespoke ceiling with curved bulkheads and an integrated metal as well as tiled suspended ceiling with exposed structural steel beams.
In addition, walnut veneered doors with solid walnut door frames and matching over panels were installed.
The new office space looks fantastic and brings together all of Heathcoat Fabrics’ staff in a bright and contemporary working environment, complete with a sophisticated audio visual solution in the second and third floor meeting rooms.
The project was successfully completed in the confines of a tight programme and within budget and the client was delighted with the result.