• "Vision Interior Projects have been our preferred refurbishment company for 8 years, we don't feel the need to change that as the team understands our needs and provides us with an excellent service.

    The whole team provide good friendly service at a competitive price and a good standard."

    Jamie Tucker COFELY
  • “Over the past 4 years Vision Interior Projects have built up a good working relationship with Carillion Projects Division, understand and accommodate the ever-changing project environment and have always provided excellent service, quality and value for money."

    Mr Jeff Cooper Carillion Planned Maintenance
  • "Vision Interior Projects (UK) Ltd have, during the past few years, carried out refurbishment and planned maintenance contracts to a varied portfolio of British Red Cross properties within the South East and London Territory. They have done so in a most professional and caring manner both to time and budget. I have no hesitation in recommending this company to any prospective clients."

    Chris Harmes, Territory Building Surveyor - SE British Red Cross
  • “I have used  Vision Interior Projects over the last 10 years for both large and small projects. They have always proved to be quick to respond with visits to locations, advise on works required and supply quotes which are competitive. Quality of work is good, staff are courteous and tidy when working"

    Alan Brain CB Richard Ellis Ltd.
  • "I just wanted to let you know how pleased I am with the standard of craftsmanship your contractors displayed on the fitting out of the cladding on the boathouse wall at the rear of the Hovercraft bay. Not only did they retro –fit the cladding, they also gave our internal doors a fresh coat of paint and their work has really made the place shine. Keeping these surfaces clean is going to be a lot easier and this area is often the first thing visitors see so this is very important to us. Please pass on our thanks to Gary & Steve of Vision Interior Projects Ltd for a great job well done."

    Lifeboat Operations Manager RNLI Southend

**In 2014 Vision Interior Projects worked on 19 different RNLI Sites!!**

RNLI- Poole Museum

Vision Interior Projects
were awarded the contract to undertake the repairs and decoration to RNLI Poole Museum in Dorset.
The project involved using the DOFF high pressure cleaning system. DOFF is a steam based stone cleaning system. It’s unlike any other steam system and can achieve temperatures 150°C at the nozzle end. The operator is able to vary the temperature and pressure to remove either many types of paint or biological matter. DOFF cleans stonework and masonry using high temperature steam. When the temperature in the system is high the pressure on the surface being cleaned is very gentle and the volume of water is low. The surface is therefore not saturated and will be dry within minutes.We then applied a render system to the walls with a brick line finish to retain a brick finish appearance.

The whole project was completed while the museum remained open for business to ensure no loss of revenue to the RNLI charity.

RNLI- Shoreham Lifeboat station 

Vision Interior Projects have been carrying out U & M (upgrade and maintain) works for the RNLI for a number of years, keeping the boat houses and crew stations in tip top condition. Shoreham station was rebuilt in 2009 and has been kept in very good condition by the crew so our works only consisted of minor repairs and decorating works to the internal of the site.

You can see Shoreham's RNLI lifeboat station and its state of the art Tamar all weather lifeboat. The new boathouse on Kingston Beach consists of a larger boat hall, crew training room, proper drying facilities for wet crew kit, changing facilities and a viewing platform for the public.
The old lifeboat station was demolished in January 2009 and work started immediately to build a new modern lifeboat station to house the RNLl's new Tamar-class lifeboat and its inshore lifeboat along with two new slipways.
The new boathouse opened in October 2010 following a three-year community appeal to raise £1million towards the new build. The station's new £2.7million Tamar lifeboat, named the Enid Collett, after the late donor whose generous legacy funded the boat, arrived in Shoreham on December 10. She had her first operational shout two days later.
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea. All the lifeboat crew and shore helpers, apart from the full-time mechanic, at Shoreham are voluntary and are on call 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. It receives no government funding and relies on voluntary donations, legacies and fund-raising.
With more and more people enjoying the beach and sea we've never been busier. Now we have the first Tamar-class lifeboat at a lifeboat station in the RNLI’s south east region to provide that essential service of saving lives at sea.
Over the past 12 months we have also worked on RNLI sites in Poole, Margate, Gravesend, Portsmouth, Dungeness, Littleston, Walmer, Aldeburgh, Gorleston, Southwold, Wells, Chiswick, Waterloo, Hastings, Caister and Clacton.



RNLI Walmer Lifeboat Station

Did you see the team in the local paper? Vision Interior Projects were in Walmer in August painting the boathouse and  carrying out general repairs.
Part of the works included removal of the 157 year old bell, allowing restoration works to be carried out, the bell will be re-sited once works are complete.

On June 5th 1856, it was decided by the RNLI committee of management to establish a lifeboat station at Walmer and during the recent refurbishments being made at Walmer Lifeboat station the bell was removed for inspection, it was then discovered that it was the original bell which was suspended in the tower since 1871. 

Vision have worked on many other RNLI sites such as Newhaven, Dungeness, Aldeburgh, Gorleston, Hayling Island and many more.  

Click here to read to full newspaper article.


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Vision Interior Projects (UK) Ltd, 6A Marshlands Road, Farlington, Portsmouth, Hampshire, P06 1ST
Company Registration No: 4320589
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