BUPA Pre-paint Repairs & Redecoration

Healthcare
Value: £31,697

Owned by the Duchy of Cornwall, Southlands dates from 1870 and was formerly one of Harrogate’s premier hotels. The hotel has been converted into a Bupa Nursing Home to offer every modern convenience whilst retaining many of its original features.

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Project Work

This project consisted of the external pre paint joinery repairs and re-decoration to all previously painted external substrates including  fascia’s, soffits, gutters, windows, doors, rendering and associated metalwork, Bell Group was awarded this project and worked directly to BUPA.

End Result

Four Seasons External Redecoration

Healthcare
Value: £59,500

Granby Court was built around 1960 and was used as a hotel until 1994. It was mostly used by gentry and wealthy visitors to Harrogate who wanted to take advantage of the benefits of the sulphur waters. Four Seasons (Granby Care) purchased the hotel in 1994 and renovated it into a Retirement & Care facility.

www.fshc.co.uk

Project Work

This project was one part of a nationwide contract for Four Seasons, which included the external pre paint joinery repairs and re-decorations to all previously painted external substrates including fascia’s, soffits, gutters, windows, doors, rendering, balconies and associated metalwork.

Bell Group was asked by the client, Four Seasons, to complete the project in two phases to avoid undertaking the works during the winter and Christmas periods.

The front and side elevations were completed up to mid November 2008 with the rear being completed between February-March 2009

End Result

All of the painting work was programmed and done in line with the client’s brief giving each resident one week’s notice of work so that the residents were not disturbed early morning. All areas of work were cordoned off and completed in sections, to ensure minimum disruption to the residents. Both staff and residents were delighted by the outcome.

HMP & YOI Doncaster Redecoration

Facility Management
Value: £40,000

HMP & YOI Doncaster

HMP & YOI Doncaster was built by the prison service and is managed by Serco Group. The prison was built on the site of a former power station in the city centre, on an island between a river and a canal.It opened in June 1994 and is a Category B local prison with a total capacity of 1,145 male prisoners. HMP Doncaster is a prison accommodating both young and adult prisoners.

www.hmpdoncaster.com

Project Work

The projects that we have been tasked to complete are as follows:- The External decoration to Various Buildings within the Prison Including the visitors centre, entrance block, Staff Block and Maintenance yard, the power washing of high level perimeter wall capping,  full redecorations to all External fencing and railings and the Internal decorations to all visitors’ areas, kitchens, search rooms, staircases, prisoners’ corridors, offices and toilets.

End Result

Bell Group has worked as a preferred and CRB Checked Contractor for Serco at the Prison over the last 3 years.

Turner FM Barracks Refurbishment

Facility Management
Value: £420,000

Turner Estate Solutions Limited is wholly owned by Turner Facilities Management Limited and works in partnership with the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) and Defence Estates (DE) in support of Regional Prime Contract (Scotland), (RPC(S))

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Project Work

The main objective of this project was undertaking the refurbishment of four barrack blocks (living accommodation) within Dreghorn Barracks, to be completed by the soldiers return from their tour of Afghanistan.

The Soldier First (Dreghorn Barracks) project placed specific responsibilities with Bell Group UK to ensure a successful project outcome and delivery.

Bell Group UK provided programmed details of proposed start and finish dates and continually liaised with client, encouraging feedback throughout the project

End Result

Working in a spirit of mutual trust and co-operation facilitated the achievement of project objective and continual improvement. The collaborative relationship between Turner Estate Solutions and Bell Group UK has ensured a successful project outcome with both parties remaining committed to continual improvement and customersatisfaction.

Stevenson College Refurbishment

Education
Value: £70,000

Based in the west of Edinburgh, Stevenson College offers a range of courses from introductory courses and National Qualifications through to Higher National Diplomas and Degree Foundation; they also offer Degree level courses in Music Performance and Photography.

www.stevenson.ac.uk

Project Work

There were two main objectives of this project which was to accommodate the site staff with up to date office facilities and carry out refurbishment of classrooms with minimum disruption to students during the classes scheduled in the summer break.  This work was undertaken to the clients specific programmed time scale.

End Result

Working in a spirit of mutual trust and co-operation facilitated the achievement of the work objective and continual improvement. The collaborative relationship between Stevenson College and Bell Group UK has ensured a successful work outcome, with both parties remaining committed to continual improvement and client satisfaction.

Norland The Scottish Parliament Building

Facility Management
Value: £120,000

Norland is a leading provider of hard services lead facilities maintenance and support services in the built environment. Norland use their extensive buying power to deliver best value whilst ensuring the highest quality of service, health, safety and sustainability.

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Project Work

The main objective of this work was to undertake the preparation and redecoration of Queensberry House, The Committee rooms, MSP offices, various corridor areas throughout the building and external windows and doors.  This work was undertaken to the clients specific programmed time scale.

End Result

The collaborative relationship between Norland Managed Services and Bell Group UK ensured a successful outcome and importantly a very satisfied client.  The main overall objective of the work was to enhance the environment for the MSP’s, Civil Servants and the public.

Hanover HA Replacement Windows & Painting

Social Housing
Value: £64,000

Hanover Housing Association currently manage more than 5,000 properties throughout Scotland, offering rented, shared ownership, shared equity and fully owned housing.

Their sheltered housing features a daytime Sheltered Housing Manager, extra security features and emergency alarm systems. Very sheltered housing caters for more frail people through the provision of meals, additional communal areas and 24-hour staffing. Amenity housing is aimed at more active older people and offers the security of an emergency alarm system but without a Sheltered Housing Manager.

www.hanover.org.uk

Project Work

Project Details - Replacement windows, pre paint repairs and full external and internal communal redecoration secured through competitive tendering, and was completed in 2010 by a team of 3 joiners and 4 painters from Bell Group’s Carlisle Branch. The property is a leaseholder scheme comprising 17 flats in a riverside location, and the project involved window and timber cladding replacement and full scaffolding to 2 elevations, and whole scheme redecoration.

End Result

The contract was completed within time and budget, and is testament to the hard work of all involved, and we look forward to working with Hanover once more on similar projects

Trinity House Bardsey Island Lighthouse

Commercial
Value: £53,696

Trinity House is the general lighthouse authority for England, Wales, the Channel Islands and Gibraltar responsible for general aids to navigation including 69 lighthouses. Ensuring the safety of shipping and the well being of sea farers has been the responsibility of Trinity House since they were granted a Charter by Henry VIII in 1514.

www.trinityhouse.co.uk

Project Work

The lighthouse presented two different challenges. Firstly the job involved stripping all the old lead based paint from the inside of the tower. That involved developing not only ingenious ways of ensuring the safety of the operators in dealing with the material, but also ensuring the safe disposal of the hazardous waste. Secondly the job was carried out in February when sea conditions were not ideal, so close project management skills had to be deployed to ensure that the job was completed to the client’s satisfaction.

End Result

Trinity House Flatholm Lighthouse Painting

Commercial
Value: £28,686

Trinity House is the general lighthouse authority for England, Wales, the Channel Islands and Gibraltar responsible for general aids to navigation including 69 lighthouses. Ensuring the safety of shipping and the well being of sea farers has been the responsibility of Trinity House since they were granted a Charter by Henry VIII in 1514.

www.trinityhouse.co.uk

Project Work

The project involved the external decoration of the 30 metre high tower, plus adjoining buildings. A team of three painters was shipped over to Flat Holm by boat from Barry Docks in South Wales.

The specification called for a two pack epoxy finish to be applied to the masonry, with all the metalwork around the lantern and store to be treated also. In order to gain access to the tower a boson’s chair had to be rigged and therefore prime weather conditions had to be present to ensure safety.

End Result

Aberdeen City Council Railings

Government
Value:

Bell Group has been working for Aberdeen City Council since 1998 and throughout this period we have developed a good working relationship with this client. Through ensuring good working practices, providing high levels of supervision and quality workmanship, we have been rewarded with excellent client/customer feedback.

www.aberdeencity.gov.uk

Project Work

This was a high profile contract involving the refurbishment and redecoration of the ornamental railings that surround the gardened area where the statue of William Wallace is situated. The location of the works posed a number of problems that had to be overcome; not least the fact that it is an extremely busy part of the city being that it is in central Aberdeen opposite his majesties theatre. To tackle these problems, we introduced innovative methods of encapsulating the works in conjunction with appropriate pedestrian traffic management this ensuring public safety at all times. We used experienced and steady handed craftsmen to carry out the works.

End Result

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