CIC Pub Refurbishments
Supporting Excellence in Innovation and Turnaround for public house and tavern refurbishments
Approach by Creative Interior Contracts, partners to pub and bar operators across the UK, they needed a heating partner who could match their responsive, discreet and innovative approach to pub refurbishment.
Working in a pub brings its own challenges, with minimal disruption to trading and aesthetics being a main priority, while the need to bring safety practices in-line with regulations is also paramount.
Responsive and reactive development of heating system solutions in unseen buildings, which fit into pre-determined project timescales for our client.
Many pubs need to stay open and operational during our work, meaning we have to develop non-standard sequencing and operate at atypical hours to get the job done.
Understanding code deviations in legacy systems and providing advice on how best to bring the pub up to modern standards of safety and energy efficiency.
By way of example, the Coffee Pot Tavern in Yardley Gobion, in which our team faced a non-standard heating system which had to be upgraded with sensitivity to the comforting aesthetics of this long-standing community pub.
To reduce our impact and maximise the benefits, our team worked with the client to schedule works so that the tavern could stay open, whilst we bought it into compliance with gas safety regulations.
Features & Benefits
• Delivering highly responsive services to pubs across the UK
• Achieving safety and energy regulation compliance for our clients, keeping their patrons safe and comfortable
• Offering advice on more efficient systems to save pubs money
• Works schedules to allow business to carry on as usual
Putman House is a retirement housing facility comprised of 36 flats, built in 1987 and developed by Milton Keynes Council. Wheldons completed a combined heating and power installation, remaining sensitive to the needs of elderly residents throughout
University of Buckingham
Providing comfort for faculty members and students across campus, it was vital for the Wheldons team to maintain heating and hot water throughout works, scheduling works carefully to minimise disruption to the University