This scheme for Co-op was a conversion of a local pub together with a new build extension to the rear of the premises and full retail fit-out.
Conversion, extension and fit-out
Convert the Crispin Inn pub into a Co-op retail outlet, adding an extension to the rear and fully fitting out the internal rooms. Carry out extensive planning and pre-construction measures to minimise service and delivery issues. Oversee the entire scheme including all demolition, piling, foundation, structural and brick work.
- Demolition of part of the premises
- All new statutory services
- Full asbestos removal after R&D survey
- Extensive stabilisation on poor quality brownfield site
- Extensive piling, concrete foundations with ring beams
- Installation of reinforced concrete walls and columns
- Installation of new steel structural frame
- Single ply roof with Sika Trocal membrane
- Traditional brickwork to match existing structure
- Full concrete floor
- Complete external drainage works
- Installation of attenuation tank
- Car park and line marking
- Installation of closed board fence for segregation and neighbour privacy
- Service yard with canopy
- Fit-out of all internal rooms including cold rooms, offices and washrooms
This was a very sensitive scheme with an extensive planning and pre-construction process. The rear of the building was removed but planning required that the façade of the original building was maintained. This resulted in a complex design involving the integration of steelworks prior to the removal of the temporary works. We oversaw the entire conversion, extension and fit-out project and worked diligently to ensure local residents would have a welcoming new retail store to shop in. Although this project was a complex one, it was still delivered on time and on budget.