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Demolition of two rear public houses buildings while temporary propping front of buildings,

Refurbishment of the two remaining buildings inclusive of roofs, windows and doors, replacement timber structures, and infilling of basement. The construct rear extensions to connect onto the remaining buildings with a steel frame, trusses, oak porch canopies, roof cladding and tiling, Brick & blockwork, render, aluminum flashings, downpipe and guttering, fire casement works with dot and dab and skim finishes. All new drainage, hard and soft landscaping and fencing to perimeters and all carparks finished in new tarmac with white lining applied.

This development was completed in the middle of Laceby which is a local village outside Grimsby but within the center meaning high volumes of traffic and pedestrians around the outside boundary of the site creating challenges throughout the build. We mitigated these risks by timely road closures and pavement closures at different stages of the construction to retain and high standard and safe standard of works. We also had regular meetings with the parish council as well as various letter drops to keep the local residents up to date with key information that may have a impact on their daily lives. This was welcomed and championed by the locals and provided a streamline approach to the delivery of this project.

Other key issues on the scheme were the find of 2 wells within the footprint of the rear extensions as well as a live spring from the Wolds. These created additional challenges within the ground and delayed the project however they had to be dealt with correctly and with specialists who were employed to do so. The engineering team then had a redesign to these spaces and works could re-commence.

The works were completed for our long standing client Lincolnshire Co-op and was another development to add to their growing portfolio of food stores of which Belvin construction has now completed 3 units.