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Our long-standing client, Lincolnshire Co-op has a business case to redevelop the existing library and provide a small extension to link the existing practice and the library together, then to create an additional reception area with attached consulting rooms due to the increased demand in Welton following a large housing programme. 

Works consist of soft and hard demolition of the existing facility and a new extension to create a link between the existing facility and the existing family practice. This was to ease the access to one facility and create a safer access point for patients. 

Works include: 

  • Demolition 
  • Groundworks
  • Drainage 
  • Tarmac
  • Asbestos above and below ground 
  • Brick and blockwork 
  • Joinery 
  • Roofing 
  • Steelwork 
  • External doors 
  • Windows 
  • M&E 
  • Air conditioning 
  • IT services 
  • Boarding and skimming 
  • Suspended ceilings 
  • Decoration 
  • Flooring
  • Cleaning 

This development was completed in a busy location between a Co-op food store and the existing family centre, therefore, deliveries were maintained to reduce congestion to the public and neighbouring properties. 

The building has now been completed and has become a more efficient facility for the Lincolnshire Co-op and for the staff to decrease patient waiting times and provide more doctors and nurses to support the local community.