Clifford Devlin’s Building Division has been awarded a £2.4 million project to replace the glazing at the headquarters of a global pharmaceutical company based in the South East.
Clifford Devlin won a competitive tender to remove and replace glazing on the main roof and three vertical link elements of a multi-block site in Buckinghamshire. Key to the success of the tender was Clifford Devlin’s experience of providing internal and external works in occupied and semi-occupied locations with a focus on health & safety, controlling emissions of noise, vibration and dust, traffic management and minimising the impact to occupants, visitors and the public. The contractor’s familiarity and success with working with the client’s professional team was also seen as a significant advantage.
“This is the second largest contract our Building and Special Works Division has secured to date and, we believe, is in no small part, due to our well-earned reputation for attention to detail and successfully managing client expectations,” said Managing Director, Tim Clifford.
The 48-week project is due to start in July 2018.
Clifford Devlin’s Building Division, which was established in the 1990s, specialises in the internal and external renovation and refurbishment of non-residential property such as offices, retail premises and public buildings. We have therefore successfully provided complex building works packages similar to these works, for over 20 years.
In that time the company has developed significant resources, knowledge and experience of how to deploy and manage multi-disciplined teams of direct and contract specialist labour to deliver commercial refurbishment and renovations for clients throughout the UK.
The company’s unique selling point is its range of capabilities: By leveraging the skills of our Asbestos Management and Demolition Divisions we are able to offer a fully-inclusive service and provide clients with end-to-end solutions involving enabling works and strip-out, structural alterations through to fit-out, decoration and external repair.