• Client: Co-op
  • Location: Chesterfield
  • Project: Conversion, Extension and Fit Out
  • Value: £1.2m
  • Duration: 16 weeks
  • Description:

This 20-week scheme for Coop was a conversion of the Crispin Inn pub together with a new build extension to the rear and full fit out.

This was a very sensitive scheme with an extensive planning and pre-construction process. The rear of the building was removed but planning required that the façade of the original building was maintained. This resulted in a complex design involving the integration of steelworks prior to the removal of the temporary works.

Summary of scope of works:

Full internal fit out, including:

  • Demolition
  • All new statutory services
  • Full asbestos removal after R&D survey
  • Extensive stabilisation on poor quality brownfield site
  • Extensive piling
  • Reinforced concrete walls and columns
  • Concrete foundations with ring beams
  • Extensive propping
  • New steel frame
  • Single ply roof with Sika Trocal membrane
  • Traditional brickwork to match existing structure
  • Full concrete floor
  • Complete external drainage works
  • Attenuation tank installed
  • Car park and line marking
  • Closed board fence for segregation and neighbour privacy
  • Service yard with canopy
  • Ambient fixtures
  • Bakery
  • Store room
  • Chilled and frozen cabinets
  • Back of house cold rooms
  • Full M&E
  • Vinyl flooring throughout
  • Office
  • IT
  • Toilets
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