Several challenges had to be overcome in order to bring the project to a successful completion. The original contractor had been brought on early as the design was being developed, for programme reasons. However, this Contractor ceased trading at a relatively early but critical point in the programme. Jackson Coles were closely involved in the implementation of an alternative procurement strategy in order to minimise knock-on delays to the overall programme.
A contract with the incumbent basement subcontractor was negotiated to complete the basement works, this also allowed time for the design of the finishes to be completed. This allowed time for a fixed price contract to be subsequently negotiated with a replacement specialist fit out main contractor, who completed the works on a traditional basis.
The completed project saw the clarity and beauty of the building’s original design really brought back to life. The quality of the finishes and workmanship were of the very highest standards throughout, and included specialist conservation works to the timber panelling and other historic finishes in key rooms and on the main staircase.
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