Structural refurbishment is very popular in the UK. Projects can range in size and scale, from simple cases of freshening up an existing building to completely transforming it, including changing the usage. Whatever the aim of the project it is fantastic to see existing properties and sites being redeveloped and returned to use.
Refurbishments are preferred in many cases because they are more cost effective. This is particularly true when it comes to digging and constructing foundations. If the existing ones are in good condition then they can be retained, saving big costs and a great deal of work. The same goes for the structure itself; the more of it that can be retained the bigger the savings tend to be.
As an added bonus refurbishments are also better for the environment. There are two reasons why this is so. Firstly it means that the materials on the site are not going to waste; instead they are being kept and reused. Secondly it cuts the carbon footprint of the project, consuming vastly fewer resources.
At Denon Construction we are committed to helping clients with their structural refurbishment projects. We provide an essential service, designing, supplying and installing temporary works. These are used to retain the structure, maintaining the stability whilst it is being worked on. They help to keep people on the site safe, ensuring that collapses don’t occur.
It is crucial that the temporary works suit the type of project you are doing, especially if you are making changes to the structure. Whether it is the removal of walls or columns, the creation of new openings, or changing the floor layout, you need to ensure the right props and supports are in place. We can do this for you, designing works to suit the specifics of your project.
If you would like to work with a highly experienced specialist with an unparalleled knowledge of propping and retention we are the company for you. We have a solid reputation and work very hard for each and every client. Safety is our number one priority and we will always ensure the right temporary works are in place before you start work on a structural refurbishment.