Hindley Contractors gutted and completely renovated this room at the prestigious King Edward VI College in Stourbridge, West Midlands, creating a new science laboratory/classroom.
In February 2016, Hindley Contractors undertook works to add a new pitched roof to one of BOC’s Gas & Gear shops in Peterborough, as the estimated cost to repair the existing flat roof was not cost effective.The works took two weeks to complete and we liaised with the local authorities to ensure planning permission was granted to the client at the earliest opportunity.
Hindley Contractors completed disabled adaptation works for this bathroom on behalf of Walsall Council.
Beautiful two storey front extension to this property in Featherstone.
In February 2015, we started works to build this new entrance extension, which included two office areas, an entrance lobby and a store room. The design of the building featured a curved front wall with monocouche render finish and powder coated aluminium fascia and soffits. Internally, we supplied and fitted a bespoke hatch and counter in the lobby area and assisted the school with recommendations towards suitable finishes to match their needs.Following successfully completing the works in May 2015, we were awarded further works in the existing building to refurbish all eight other ground floor office areas to match the finishes in the new extension, which was completed in August 2015.
In March 2015, we were awarded works to carry out works at St. Alban’s School following a fire in the Hall. This included renewing the roof, floor and internal finishes, as well as renewing all electrical items and stage equipment. The works were completed in September 2015.
Orangery extension in Wolverhampton with skylight glass roof.
In April 2012, we completed these works at Claregate Pavillion following a fire at the site. Working closely with Wolverhampton City Council, the project took two months to complete.Photos show before and after.
In May 2015, we were asked to form a new entrance ramp suitable for disabled access, following a scheme to increase the amount of teachers, parents and pupils walking to school.We assisted with design recommendations prior to completing the works during a two week period and the new entrance is used on a daily basis, with the scheme being a success in reducing traffic around the school during peak times.
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