Renovations to schools and hospitals can have a significant impact on the quality of life of the people who use these facilities on a regular basis. Fitting new bathrooms can improve hygiene and sanitation, while the addition of new communal areas can create spaces for people to gather, socialise, and relax. These renovations may also include upgrades to heating and cooling systems, ventilation, and lighting, which can improve comfort and energy efficiency. Additionally, renovating these facilities can send a message to the community that the institution cares about its users and is invested in providing a high-quality experience. Overall, renovations to schools and hospitals can have many positive benefits for the individuals who use them, as well as the community at large.
Gregory Bros Ltd were awarded the contract as the principal contractor for refurbishment of the existing Sports Pavilion to create a new ASDU (Autism Spectrum Disorder Unit) at Samuel Cody Specialist Sports College.
The works consisted of the refurbishment and re-decoration of the existing building with internal alterations to partitions, ceilings, and floors, mechanical and electrical.
Removal of the old barrel store and minor external works, fencing and landscaping. The existing pavilion building is located next to the AWSP (all weather sports pitch) Extensive external landscaping was also carried out.
Gregory Bros Ltd were awarded the contract as the principal contractor for the refurbishment of the X-Ray Department at Bognor
War Memorial Hospital, by NHS Sussex community trust.
The project involved carrying out alterations and improvements to the existing X-ray and ultra-sound rooms, in which new x-Ray specialist equipment were installed, as well as a new X-ray control screen and desk top. A new reception, toilet, kitchen and changing area.
The works carried out included installing IPS wash stations, lighting, decoration, Partitioning, flooring, ceilings, mechanical and electrical alterations and plumbing.
Gregory Bros Ltd were appointed as the building contractors to carry out a full refurbishment of public areas which included 3 dressing rooms, toilets, and shower at The Point Theatre. During the construction period of the project the building had been segregated whilst still available to the public. Works consisted of: