Interior Refurbishment South Yorkshire

Interior Fit Out Contractors in Rotherham
Interior Fit Out Contractors in Rotherham
Interior Fit Out Contractors in Rotherham
Interior Fit Out Contractors in Rotherham
Interior Fit Out Contractors in Rotherham
  • Client: Rotherham County Council
  • Sector: Local Government
  • Type: Specified
  • Procurement: Negotiated
  • Location: Rotherham

The Project

Pacy & Wheatley were appointed on a negotiated basis to carry out the interior refurbishment of an empty and partly derelict building for Rotherham County Council, South Yorkshire.

This building has been designated for children with learning difficulties, as Rotherham Council were sending these children out of town to specialist centres in both Leeds and Newcastle which was obviously costing a large sum of money. A committee was set up within the council to try and keep these children local and to look at utilising vacant buildings within the Rotherham borough.

The St. Barnabas building was chosen as the property to be refurbished. We supplied and installed new one to one small rooms to enable the children to be taught on a personal basis in the hope of helping them to mature naturally and without pressure. We installed a new lighting system, carried out full decoration, installed new entrance/exit doors, a new kitchen and relaxation room. There was also a stage within the existing building which was partially refurbished to enable this to be used safely. The project was completed in 8 weeks which in itself is a great achievement due to the tight working area and challenging logistics. Throughout the duration of the project there were no accidents, and Pacy & Wheatley were praised on the way the site was run especially in terms of tidiness that was maintained to a high level throughout.

The project finished on time and on budget

The solution achieved resulted in a building being suitably refurbished for the use of vulnerable people. The facility is bright, fresh, practical and fit for purpose, and has been very well received by Rotherham Council.