Milan Building Contract Works, Brighton, 2014-2015
- February 16, 2015
- Posted by: Lance Buchanan
- Category: Uncategorized
2014 was a good year for Milan Building Services. The beginning of 2014 was marked with a groundworks contract at 31-33 Bath Street by the Seven Dials in Brighton, an area that serves as a prime location due to its great ease of access to Brighton train station and the Brighton and Hove bus network. The construction works for 9 dwellings consisted of excavation to reduce levels, disposal of surplus materials off-site, construction of foundations comprising of plain in-situ concrete trench fill, with cavity walls up to damp proof course, plus floor construction – filling up to make levels and beam and block construction with screeding. Also affiliated with the contract was the construction of underpinning, basements and demolishing and re-building the boundary walls.
Numerous other contract works were undertaken in 2014. To name a few these included a rear extension, loft conversion and refurbishment at 16 Westfield Close in Patcham; external works and internal alterations at 39 Channel View Road in Brighton; structural works to 9 Preston Street in Brighton; rear extension and external works to the popular Paris Wine Bar Café in Brighton; groundworks and boundary wall construction at Varley Park, part of Brighton University; roofing works and general maintenance at 28 Church Road; loft conversion at 94 Lyndhurst Road, Hove; rear extension and Alterations at 12 Bigwood Avenue, Hove; and external works at 62 Dyke Road Avenue in Brighton.
In 2015 Milan Building aims to build on this portfolio, aiming to take on a diverse range of construction projects whilst aiming to ensure speed of build with quality. The year has kicked off with the building of 10 additional en-suite guestrooms to the ‘Best Western’, Princes Marine Hotel in Hove taking on contract administrating, project managing and carry out all the works as the Principal Contractor. The works consist of demolishing the existing structure to the 5th floor, installing scaffolding and a temporary roof to protect the works for the duration of the project, substructure concrete upstand works to allow for the erection of the metsec frame, external wall face construction with insulated render, flat roof construction with single ply membrane, internal wall face construction with plastering and internal decorations, all plumbing, electrical and ventilation systems, external windows and door and internal 2nd fix carpentry. These works will provide additional spectacular and uninterrupted views of the Brighton and Hove coastline and the external terrace will add to this further.