Ground for new retail superstore stabilised

Ground for new retail superstore stabilised

Extensive ground stabilisation works of the site near the river Humber have been completed, which has allowed the construction of the new 1,500 m sq retail unit to continue.

Once the site was cleared and the levels established the excavation and stabilisation works could be undertaken.

Concrete piles and an attenuation system have been designed & installed to meet with the demands of the site.

The project is well underway and further progress photos will follow.

 

Emergency works onsite at City Centre apartments

Emergency works onsite at City Centre apartments

Following a major incident with the roof covering at The Bridge City Centre apartments RDF were brought into erect an emergency scaffolding and undertake the works.

A swift response and rapid erection of the scaffolding was praised by the client as it ensured the safety of apartment owners and third parties.

 

 

New craft Gin, Rum & Tequilla bar opened in Harrogate

New craft Gin, Rum & Tequilla bar opened in Harrogate

The Tap on Tower Street is the brilliant new offering that has come from the dated Tap & Spile.

The funky interior design is complimented by the many different craft & real ales to try onsite or if you feel the need take away via the bottle bar and/or takeaway service that the site offers.

A plethora of Gins, Rums, Tequilas and Mescals are on offer for anybody wanting to try something new, different or hard to find. There is a large selection of board games located on bespoke shelving throughout the property to keep the customers amused and interested.

A full internal refurbishment including electrical alterations, new flooring, bespoke shelving, furniture and signage were all completed within budget. The external areas have new seating and smoking areas so that the building can still be enjoyed no matter what the weather.

 

 

Safe rooms completed

Safe rooms completed

The successful delivery of a series of safe rooms at a care home has been completed.

Phase 1 of the redevelopment included the creation of several safe rooms for the benefit of the service users.

Works included, but were not limited to;

  • Anti-barricade doors
  • Anti-ligature ironmongery
  • Anti-ligature sanitary ware
  • Anit-ligature extract fan
  • Anti-ligature, low surface temperature radiators
  • Anti-ligature fixtures

The rooms were also refurbished with new flooring, wall surfaces and decorations leaving the service users with a brand new room.

Student accommodation completed

Student accommodation completed

The rejuvenation of the high end student accommodation which is the Melting Point has been completed.

The units were all in use for the duration of the works, with other students passing the site on a regular basis, therefore Health & Safety considerations were of paramount importance to us throughout the works.

 

Howzat!

Howzat!

The Myrtle Tavern in Meanwood has been transformed during a blisteringly fast refurbishment – 21 days from design briefing to serving drinks!

The site has been rejuvenated with a traditional ‘cosy’ vibe that has, due to the locality of the cricket pitch, a minor sport theme infused within the design.

The bespoke corky ball and wicket screens are complemented by the cricket bat balustrade as well as the signed memorabilia that is positioned within the main bar. The clean stonework and oak flooring lead you to the new, ‘old’ back bar with its many tantalising spirits tastefully displayed under the new copper lighting.

New cosy pockets and corners have been created to allow customers to enjoy the space in a way that they could not before.

 

 

Sky high surveys

Sky high surveys

We have treated ourselves to an early Christmas gift and bought a drone!

The 4k camera is able to pick out amazing detail whilst the drone moves over buildings and roofs saving clients costs on expensive access equipment to complete surveys.

RDF is proud to be able to offer this service to our clients.

 

No disturbance to trade!

No disturbance to trade!

No disturbance to trade was the client’s main requirement whilst undertaking the full recovering of the existing supermarket unit’s roof.

As a live functioning supermarket the last thing that the multi national client wanted to have was any issues or loss of trade whilst we completed the recovering of the existing roof.

Works were completed seamlessly to ensure no loss to trade, minimum disturbance to staff & customers whilst ensuring zero H&S risks.

 

 

 

 

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