Testimonial

  • "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

Universities

** In 2014 Vision Interior Projects completed projects at 3 different Universities! **

Solent University, Southampton

Vision Interior Projects were called to Solent University in Southampton by one of our main contractors, Norlands, as one of the halls of residence had roof damage during the recent high winds. The project consisted of removing loose and damaged ridge tiles and re bedding the new ridge tiles, to achieve this Vision Interior Projects had to bring in an 80 foot articulated boom lift, it was imperative that the works were undertaken quickly as not to disrupt the students and to ensure none of the students or staff sustained any injuries due to falling debris from the roof.

Following on from this, Solent University suffered some leaks within the campus in various places to which Vision Interior Projects attended and repaired, sufficiently and efficiently.

Vision Interior Projects are currently working their way through  approximately eight areas of roofing that require attention whilst also looking at burst water pipes.

The leaks are now under control and repairs done however they are working closely with the Norlands team in all other maintenance areas at the University.

Solent University is based in the heart of Southampton, Solent has strong ties with the local community and plays a leading role in the economic, social and cultural development of the region. The University is a modern and dynamic University providing inclusive, high-quality education to students from across the globe. Southampton Solent has over a hundred and fifty years of history behind it and now accommodates to over 16,000 students a year.

 

St Peters College, Oxford University

Phase 3, 2014:

 

Vision interior projects were invited to tender for the refurbishment works to the Porters Lodge and were successful with their tender. The main works involved the complete replacement of the existing timber flooring to new Distressed Argonne double smoked oak timber flooring.
Upon removal of the old flooring we had to repair and level the existing substrate to ensure the correct finish to the flooring.

 

 

Works completed by Vision Interior Projects included:

  • Supply and install new electric glazed double doors.
  • New bespoke cupboards and glazed notice boards.
  • Repairs to the existing plaster cornice.
  • Renew Oak flooring.
  • Install new lighting.
  • Decoration to the lodge and fellows writing room.
  • Upgrade the porters lodge reception desk and screen.

 

Phase 2, 2013:


Vision interior projects were invited to tender for the summer works which involved external and internal repair and maintenance works. After several visits to site to ascertain the extent and scope of the works Vision Interior Projects were successful with their tender submission and were awarded a contract with a value exceeding 200k with a contact period of seven weeks.
The works were varied due to the nature and age of the buildings, for instance Vision Interior Projects were tasked with replacing all the ridge tiles to Music room roof, these were of an age that ensured we visited the local reclamation companies in order to find an exact match, we were successful in this and the collage were very pleased with the new ridge tiles.
  The next objective involved the careful removal of the brickwork to the existing steps to the New Building, Clean down all the bricks and set aside for reuse. The sub base also needed to be removed and re done hence the damage to the steps.
We then re built the steps just in time for several ceremonies to take place at the collage over a weekend period.
The internal works involved plumbing, electrical and decoration works, we changed approx. 60 Vanity sink units, taps, waste and installed isolator valves to all units.
Double glazed units were replaced in windows and new heat recovery units were installed in each bedroom.
Our works as outlined below in bullet point format were completed on time (with the inclusion of over 12 variation orders) and within budget, this while the collage were still able to let rooms and gain income.

Works completed by Vision Interior Projects included:

  • Refurbishment works to over 100 bedrooms
  • Repairs and decorating works to two staircases
  • Apply intumescent paint to internal metal staircases
  • Decorating works to 102 bedrooms, communal areas and toilets
  • Install new heat recovery units to over 40 bedrooms
  • Renew taps, wastes and valves to over 70 units
  • Replace various double glazed units
  • Repairs and repointing to the masonry
  • Replace over 40 new shaver lights to bathrooms with push button timer switches

St Peter's College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford, located in New Inn Hall Street. Vision Interior Projects were excited to start work here as it occupies the site of two of the University's oldest Inns, both of which were founded in the 13th century.
St Peter's has an interesting and varied set of buildings, many of them much older than the College itself. The College has, in effect, adapted existing buildings to provide the collective facilities needed for College life, and built new ones to provide for student accommodation. Linton House, a handsome Georgian rectory, dating from 1797, is the entrance to the College, and houses the Porters' Lodge and College library. Canal House, the Master's Lodge, dates from the early 19th century.
The College Dining Hall, known as Hannington Hall after the Victorian missionary, Bishop James Hannington, dates from 1832 and is the only surviving part of New Inn Hall. The College chapel was originally the Church of St Peter-le-Bailey, built in 1874, and the third church of that name on this site. The buildings of the former Oxford Girls' School, which adjoin the original site of the College, have been acquired more recently and provide living accommodation for students, seminar rooms, a Middle Common Room (for postgraduates) and a Music Room.

Phase 1, 2012:

St Peters College Case StudyVision Interior Projects have recently completed works to one of the oldest colleges at Oxford University. The complex consisted of several buildings of mixed age and we have completed the second stage of works which commenced in the summer of 2012.
The work has been varied and has involved roof repairs, brick and stone repairs, drainage works, plaster and ceiling repairs, decorations, floor coverings including specialist paints to staircases, glazing and electrical installations. Works were completed within the very tight time frame of the summer and Easter recess periods and within budget. There are several historic and modern buildings forming the main campus. There are also several other buildings around Oxford generally catering for student accommodation.
The main academic year meant that access of the work was limited to the main holiday periods of the summer and Easter recess periods. We carried out works to five separate buildings.
The first phase was completed during a six week period in the summer recess of 2012 and included the complete internal and external re-decorations to student accommodation housing 15 en-suite bedsits and communal areas, with one elevation directly on the river. We carried out further re-decorations to the external of a lecture hall and the internal staircase of a further student accommodation building. All of these locations required general building repairs covering carpentry, plumbing, plastering etc. Vision Interior Projects also installed additional electrical supplies in the lecture theatre together with flat roof repairs, including the removal and replacement of the stone parapet copings and the installation of new flashings to the same area.
The second phase was completed during a 3 week period and included works to three buildings within the main campus. New vinyl flooring to staircases and the application of specialist floor paints to a four storey communal staircase was completed in one location. A complete overhaul of the flat roof to another building, with the removal of the existing stone covering, membrane and up-stands repairs, followed by the installation of new stone chippings. Gutters and downpipes were also overhauled. Masonry repairs and stone balustrades replacement was completed on two of the buildings. Replacement glazing and glazing repairs were carried out on two of the buildings.
All of the works were completed within the specified time including the additional variations and within the client budget.

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