With a relationship spanning more than a decade, B&M Installations has completed a number of fit-out projects for The University of Nottingham. Since winning our first tender worth around £780,000 in 2006, we have successfully bid for and won a number of further contracts since.
We have delivered a wide range of projects from basic office fit-out upgrades worth a few thousand pounds up to a £1 million contract to undertake work within their campuses. As such we understand the expectations The University of Nottingham has for its contractors and enables us to continually deliver successful projects for them.
In the summer of 2014 we undertook a six week project to upgrade an existing office floor at the School of Midwifery, within the School of Health Sciences. Formerly a mixed use space of work stations and laboratories, the 12th floor space was stripped out and completely refurbished.
Housing researchers and lecturers from the Queens Medical Centre, the new facilities have undergone a £140,000 fit-out transformation and now include two enclosed offices and a full open plan work space.
In place of original brick offices, which we took down and removed from the building, we erected plasterboard partitioning that sub-divided the 400 square metre space into varying office areas. Restructuring the office in this way has maximised the floor office space and reducing wasted space previously occupied by internal brick walls.
Along with successfully partitioning the space, we also installed a brand ceiling and a new modern, carpet floor.
Sharing just a single elevator which serviced the entire twelve storey building, we were delighted to complete the office fit-out project on time and on budget.
Our ongoing relationship with The University of Nottingham is one we are very proud of and one which we aim to continue and develop. We feel privileged to be working with such a prestigious institution.