Way back in 2011 Technical procurement were awarded a very prestigious refurbishment development and extension of a residential property in the Harborne area of Birmingham.
We commenced the design process and planning application for a residential refurbishment in Heanor, Derbyshire. The refurbishment consisted of both single and two bedroom flats for sale and rent.
In the Sumer of 2012, after refurbishing the successful completion of phase one Technical Procurement were then contracted the second development of this project which featured hairdressing salon, conference facilities, florists and bakery with a new conservatory.
Also, in addition to this refurbishment we were also contracted to provide all the fixtures and fittings for this luxurious development.
Managing Director of the Carlton Manor, Tony Pinkstone stated that this was a further example of the confidence that our clients have in our overall approach.
This was a brilliant refurbishment project we completed for the Carlton Manor hotel! One of our favourites.
In 2015, Technical Procurement were awarded another office refurbishment for Lycatel’s Corporate HQ located in London’s Canary Wharf.
The client told Technical Procurement that they wanted their offices bringing back to life and looking lively so that their staff are excited about working there. And that is exactly what we did.
One main thing we did to inject life into the place was add colour. Colour really brightened the place up. The reception of Lycatel’s Corporate HQ saw the new addition of a front desk that was equipped with mood lighting which helped to give the reception a modern feel. The client and us agreed that a simplistic seating/waiting area was the way forward so we chose 2 chairs and a 2 seater sofa with a glass coffee table in the centre – ultra modern.
In the main offices the colour and modern style was brought through which helped with flow and continuity. We chose ergonomic chairs which aid correct posture and back support. The desks were kept to a minimum and separated each one with frosted panels – again to give the main offices a modern and contemporary feel.