When we talk about turnkey solutions, we truly mean it. From our in-house design and manufacturing processes to the way we manage our sub-contractors, we ensure that every detail is exactly how you expect, delivering to your site-specific requirements.
We delivered a turnkey fully-fitted dance studio solution for our client in Kent, located on the site of a local leisure facility to provide additional space for hosting classes.
A stylish looking structure, our latest supply and fit took just three weeks to manufacture from final design, and just three weeks to install.
So how did we achieve this? Keep reading!
Our client had already achieved planning permission and were keen to install their own concrete pad soon after. We stipulated the forces and dimensions required for the slab.
With design and engineering technicians on hand, we offered them shorter lead times for their project than alternative solutions to fit with their fast-moving plans.
Furthermore we could achieve their exact size requirements to house the correct capacity by modifying our standard design.
The finer details mattered in this project; because it was to be used as a dance studio, the client required a sprung floor. Equally, the interior design needed to look classy, from paintwork to the furniture, so we worked with our client to meet their brief.
Once we had assembled the outer frame and fixed this to the concrete slab, we then liaised with a sub-contractor to install the dance floor.
Our team were on hand to install a fireproof suspended ceiling and plasterboard internal painted walls with patressing where required.
The client required maximum insulation as well as ventilation. To achieve this, we clad the building with insulated roof and wall panels.
To prevent water ingress, our external wall panels hang 100mm below the slab edge.
Internally we ensured the facility was fit for full purpose, installing power, lighting, fire alarms, heating and cooling systems.
The studio features four double glazed window to invite natural light into the studio, of which wouldn’t be complete without a large front facing mirror.
Another important factor to consider when creating a temporary gym or studio is accessibility. Our team quickly installed two steel MOE doors with internal push bar handles to accommodate for entering and exiting guests. One of the steel doors featured window panels for a lighter appearance. We also installed a small glass canopy above the main door to provide a neat finishing touch.
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