Friday, 30 October 2015

North West Property & Construction Ski Club Chill Factore, Manchester

We dusted off our winter clobber and took to the slopes of Manchester for the most recent North West Property and Construction Ski Club Event on Thursday 22nd October.

There were numerous rails, ramps, kickers and other obstacles attempted, and fortunately no broken bones.

North West Property and Construction Ski Club
North West Property and Construction Ski Club

The club meets each month over the winter period and is a good atmosphere to have a slide, a bite to eat, and bit of informal networking.

If you are in Property or Construction related industries and are interested in coming along with us, do get in touch.

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

The Dean Tavern, Newtongrange - Function room refurbishment

After a very busy summer of Building Warrant applications and Tender submissions its great to see so many of our projects now on site and progressing well. 



One such project is the recently completed refurbishment of The Dean Tavern function room. A small project....but perfectly formed!



back-lit perspex bar front with graphic. bar refurbishment, Function room, refurbished back-lit bar at Dean Tavern by cb3 design architects Bar shows back lit graphic,
The Dean Tavern in Newtongrange is the last remaining 'Gothenburg Pub' in Scotland - which means that the profits from the establishment are used to support and develop local community groups. The tavern is administered by The Dean Tavern Trustees, a charity with whom we worked very closely to ensure that the end result surpassed their expectations whilst providing the best value within a tight budget.


bar refurbishment, Function room, refurbished back-lit bar at Dean Tavern by cb3 design architects Bar shows back lit graphic, hardwood flooring and patterned carpet  The Dean Tavern, SJS Property Services, EGE




bespoke timber paneling with wheel design by cb3 design architects SJS Property Services















The brief was to refurbish the Tavern's Function room and open the space up by incorporating an adjacent room and removing the existing stage to accommodate functions and events of up to 150 people. 




The end result includes the restoration of the existing dance floor, bespoke timber wall paneling, a new glazed entrance and the graphic, back-lit overcladding of the retained existing bar.



The project was carried out by SJS Property Services with whom we've been lucky enough to work on a number of occasions.