Hargreaves Court is a three storey residential building comprising 1 bedroomed flats along with communal areas and wardens accommodation constructed circa 1985. There is an existing timber and glass conservatory adjoining the communal lounge which is to be demolished and replaced as the purpose of this project.
External walls are of traditional load bearing masonry construction and roofs are of tiles supported on timber structures comprising rafters and purlins. Internally the properties are divided by a combination of brick/block work walls and stud partitioning. Internal floors are of solid construction and are presumed to be either a solid concrete or beam and block. The conservatory is sited over a void and will be supported as specified by the Structural Engineer’s drawing.
Demolition of existing timber and glass conservatory, Creation of new structural opening to external wall of Hargreaves Court and installation of bi-fold door. Installation of new conservatory including all necessary preparatory works. Decoration of new conservatory and also adjoining communal lounge and kitchen area.
Installation of galvanized universal beam to support underside of pre-cast concrete beams and wall support for conservatory, all steelwork will be grade S275 TO BS 5950.
Phase 2 -negotiated
The client was happy with our performance from phase 1 and negotiated phase 2 direct with us through a consultant this consisted of the total internal redecoration , re-carpet and renewal of all radiators to LST( Low Surface Radiators ) to prevent the elderly scheme residents from burning themselves. The communal rooms where converted to a washroom facility and a wheelchair charging room.