Citibank Headquarters Building Fit Out
This project consisted of the complete refurbishment of an existing four storeyed Commercial Building and remodelling to suit the demands of Citibank.
Externally to the building envelope the Alucobond cladding was replaced, solar resistant film applied to all glazing and all walls repaired and repainted. A brand new Fire Escape Staircase and escape doors were installed to meet Health & Safety requirements.
The roof waterproofing was repaired and the area converted to hospitality use by introducing frameless glass balustrades, a complexity of floor tiles, fitted bar counter, seating & planters with the full area being protected by a unique stretched fabric tent structure.
At ground level the roads and parking areas were extended and repaved. Security barriers and Guard Houses introduced and the Washrooms refurbished. New soft landscaping was undertaken and a ramp installed for disabled access.
On the services front all the existing air-conditioning, lighting, power and data installations were removed and replaced with modern energy saving fittings. Similarly the Washrooms were revamped and the sanitaryware replaced with water saving devices.
A new Technical Room was installed and a bespoke UPS Room also created. A fresh air make up system was installed to all floors to provide a healthy working environment. Solar water heating was installed and the existing generator system relocated.
Internally a Vault was installed plus all floors, partitions and ceilings were replaced. Tellers Counters were manufactured in the PMG Joinery Workshop and installed as was the Reception Counter. The partitioning was largely double glazed for soundproofing and purpose made double glazed doors manufactured by DEKO and fitted in sensitive areas.
A new Kitchen and Canteen was created along with two Kitchenettes to serve staff on each floor.
The works were successfully completed and the client relocated on the date requested. Further works were then instructed after occupation adding further challenges to the management team, which were successfully overcome
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