Project Description: The occupied theatre was a particularly challenging project, the works had to be planned and phased to suit the requirements of the client. Phasing of the 26 week programme required detailed up-front planning and careful co-ordination with end users to maintain the operation of the Theatre.
The proposed Works comprised of the refurbishment of an existing leisure hospitality space located at The Rep Theatre and Birmingham’s iconic library, the scheme had to be undertaken in a sequenced manner by our team over a 26 week period, however we have since been back to The Rep over the past two years for additional works of the ongoing scheme within different areas of the building, this is all additional repeat business to what was programmed originally.
This programme of refurbishment, alterations set within and adjacent to live areas within the main building, with restrictions on access, noisy works and working hours.
Key Facts: As part of the New Birmingham Library Project, Interclass working in conjunction with Carillion, refurbished the existing Repertory Theatre including significant improvements to the theatre’s bars and restaurants.
Clients View: “Interclass worked well with Carillion, with good engagement over The Rep Theatre Project, of which I would work with the interclass team in the future” Daniel Evans, Carillion Building