Project Description: The project consists of the reorganisation and refurbishment of internal spaces within the MH and MX buildings together with consequent building services alterations and infrastructure changes. The reorganisation involves the removal and installation of lightweight partitioning with subsequent wall, floor and ceiling decoration.
Works to the MH Building involve the provision of 6Nr Deanery Offices to the first floor, insertion of windows in external cladding to store rooms and remodeling of the ground floor skills area.
Works to the MX Building involves the reconfiguration of the existing Student Transnational and Research Office (STaR), removal of the existing teaching pods to the first floor to provide social learning space complete with additional furniture and ICT, creation of an experimental teaching space to be specified by COLT.
Clients View: “I have found working with Interclass staff on this project to be very enjoyable experience. This was a very fast track project and their proactive approach, going out of their way to be helpful and always offering solutions to any problem encountered has been very refreshing. The organisation of work was first rate, the settlements of final accounts was swift, and the overall communication was excellent.
As a team I have found them to be appreciative of the environments in which they work and sensitive to the continued working arrangements of the existing staff and students who were still occupying the premises as they were working. The team went out of their way to ensure that the projects were kept to programme despite the many difficulties of working within these exacting circumstances.
Overall, working with Interclass has been a pleasure in this modern world of contracting and I would have no hesitation in working with you again on future projects and recommending Interclass to other clients for inclusion on future tender lists.” Vaughan Bridges – Faithful and Gould Architects.