90's Building Re-fresh
RMF were appointed as the sole raised flooring contractor to complete a CAT-B re-fit on behalf of a large fit out contractor working on the update of Great Minster House. The property is a government building that was constructed in 1995 and has been the home of the Department of Transport throughout this time. The scope of RMF’s works were as follows;
Lower Ground – Supply and installation of 631m2 of new medium grade raised floor
Level 01 - Supply and installation of 2,638 m2 of new medium grade raised floor
Level 02 - Supply and installation of 2,544 m2 of new medium grade raised floor
Level 03 - Supply and installation of 2,439 m2 of new medium grade raised floor
Level 04 - Supply and installation of 2,350 m2 of new medium grade raised floor
Level 05 - Supply and installation of 1,899 m2 of new medium grade raised floor
RMF also completed an under floor clean and de-rock post installation. Additional works included tanking and bunding in toilet and kitchen areas alongside some screwing down of tiles to allow for plywood and porcelain finishes to be installed by others.
RMF also worked with the contractor to uplift the sustainability credentials of the project by taking back the existing raised floor previously installed. By taking the existing floor back, this was diverted from landfill and uplifted the environmental credentials of the project. Due to RMF’s extensive history and expertise we were able to co-ordinate both the removal of the existing raised floor and the re-installation with ease. At RMF we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver even on logistically complex projects.
As you can see from the finished pictures, the result is an open and vibrant workspace for the occupants to enjoy. The re-fit has certainly modernised a previously dated building.
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