Building a new office block
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Building a new office block

We have a big site at work but after the company expanded we were running very short on office space. Most of our accounts team was in a demountable office and they were really hot in summer and cold in winter. It was so much better for the whole team once we got the new office block built on site. This blog talks about the process of building a new office block, including the design and construction of a block for your team. I hope it will be useful for anyone looking to build a new office block on their site.

Building a new office block

  • How to Deal With Odours Coming From Your Drains

    4 July 2017

    In some cases, odours coming from your drains may indicate that you have a blockage somewhere in the system. Depending on the situation, there are a number of simple home remedies that can help. Try these tips before calling in the pros: 1. Odours From Rarely Used Drains If there are odours coming from a toilet, shower or sink that you don't use often, they may be coming from a dried out p-trap.

  • How to Make Even the Most Boring Pool Area Look Welcoming and Inviting

    23 June 2017

    Having a pool at home is a great way to cool off during a long, hot summer, but you probably won't be able to enjoy your pool area if it looks dull and uninviting. No landscaping, an old fence, and uncomfortable furnishings can all make the pool seem unattractive and not like a place where you want to really relax. Note a few tips for making even the most dull pool area look welcoming and inviting, and then try to incorporate these tips in your own backyard for a great space you and your friends will love.

  • Pour It On: The Advantages Of Choosing Porous Asphalt For Driveway Constructions

    17 June 2017

    When it comes to choosing materials for designing and constructing a new driveway for our home, it's hard to beat the versatility and ease of installation that comes with choosing asphalt. However, conventional asphalt, in common with most other solid driveway materials (such as poured concrete), is non-porous and does not allow rainwater and other forms of moisture to pass through its impenetrable surface. This might not sound like a particularly pressing problem, but during rainy months, a non-porous driveway can become a real hassle, preventing rainwater from draining away from your land properly and potentially causing problems with localised flooding.

  • Flooring Solutions to Keep Your Home Cool

    15 June 2017

    Living in Australia typically translates into cranking your air conditioning during the hotter months in an attempt to keep your home comfortable. However, this is not the only solution available to you when it comes to lowering the temperatures of your residence. A cost effective alternative would be investing in flooring solutions, which would not result in a spike in your electricity consumption. Nevertheless, attaining a cool home using your flooring is not merely about picking any flooring materials.

  • Avoid These Mistakes When Handling Your Own Kitchen Updates

    6 June 2017

    A kitchen doesn't always need to be fully remodelled to look more attractive and to function better for you and your family; sometimes just a few updates are all that's needed to make the space seem more modern and to enhance how well it functions for food prep and storage. However, when you are ready to make some of those updates on your own, note a few common mistakes you'll want to avoid so you know you'll be happy with the end product and will love your new kitchen for years to come.