Dilapidation and Restoration Works - August 2022
CPA Bespoke Joinery is an established operation that oversees joinery projects from consultation all the way through to aftercare.
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Background of the Case Study
Established in 2002, CPA Bespoke Joinery is an established operation that oversees joinery projects from consultation all the way through to aftercare. CPA takes a great amount of pride in their work which, when combined with their top manufacturing facility, creates a recipe for success utilising a variety of materials such as solid timber, panel products, glass acrylics and many more.
CPA, in collaboration with RPMG Global, initiated dilapidation works and building fabric restoration at Edwards Court in Altrincham.
RPMG’s scope of work included:
Dilapidation Works: RPMG Global meticulously executed dilapidation works, ensuring compliance with lease conditions and industry standards for a smooth property transition.
Gutter Cleaning: Thorough gutter cleaning contributed to the structural preservation of Edwards Court, preventing blockages and potential water-related damage.
Specialist Clean of Building Fabric: A specialist clean of the building fabric ensured high standards of hygiene and aesthetics for the entire property.
Restoration of Kingspan Composite Panels: Precision in the restoration of Kingspan Composite Panels maintained the structural integrity and enhanced the visual appeal of Edwards Court.
What challenges did we face and overcome?
Live Construction Environment
The works took place in a live construction environment, necessitating careful coordination to minimise disruptions to the busy office park.
The restoration of Kingspan Composite Panels required precision to match existing colours, ensuring a seamless appearance.
MEWP access on three sides of the building required coordination with other trades and businesses in the area. Out-of-hours work was necessary to minimise disruptions.
The challenges of conducting out-of-hours work at Edwards Court included coordinating with other trades in the busy office park, ensuring seamless access for MEWP on three sides of the building, and completing the project swiftly to minimise disruptions.
Why were RPMG's services essential?
The dilapidation works ensured compliance with property lease conditions and standards.
Compliance with safety regulations and standards was paramount to prevent accidents and incidents during the works.
The restoration of Kingspan Composite Panels not only maintained structural integrity but also enhanced the visual appeal of the property.
What were the outcomes for CPA Joinery?
The dilapidation works ensured compliance with lease conditions, facilitating a smooth transition for the property.
Gutter cleaning and building fabric restoration preserved the structural integrity of Edwards Court.
The Kingspan Composite Panel restoration was executed precisely, ensuring a colour-matched and aesthetically pleasing result.
The project, with its short program of works, was started promptly, and the site was swiftly decanted on completion, causing minimal disruption to others in the busy office park.
Contribution to the circular economy
By allowing RPMG to restore the Kingspan composite panels, CPA demonstrated their commitment to saving the planet by re-using older materials wherever possible; Reducing the waste produced from the completed works and contributing to the reduction of greenhouse emissions produced within industrial manufacturing processes.