We are pleased to announce we have recently secured the following suspended ceiling contracts;
Client: Nuts & Bolts Ltd
Project: Refurbishment of existing building to create a new warehouse, front counter and office space.
Suspended ceiling: Armstrong Mezz DL100
Client: Watson Gym Ltd
Project: Refurbishment of existing building to create a new Gym facility.
Suspended Ceiling: Armstrong Fine fissured (black tiles & grid)
Kenick are proud to be playing a key role in the refurbishment at Weston Museum which started in April of 2015 following a grant of over one million pounds from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Works are progressing well and after a recent visit it was great to see the scaffolding down in the main display area revealing the beautifully repainted beams, two new bridges and impressive vaulted glass roof. Other decorating works are continuing in the various other exhibition galleries throughout the building with work on the much loved and popular Clara's cottage commencing soon.
After Leonardo Helicopters decided it would no longer run the Westlands Leisure Complex the local district council pledged to save it and give it a £2.5 million upgrade. Kenick are continuing our close working relationship with Enelco Ltd to be a part of this impressive project. Work to transform and modernise the complex is going well with exterior and interior works to the sports centre all but completed. Decorating has now begun on the social club where there is a lot to be getting on with to bring the new entertainment venue up to date.
Kenick Services are pleased to announce that they have sponsored Cheltenham Towns Academy U15's player Jack Houghton. As part of Kenick Services' continued ambition to undertake work in a greater area, this has given us our first official exposure to the Cheltenham/Gloucester region, as our sponsorship and logo formed part of the match day programme at Cheltenham Towns recent first team game against Plymouth Argyle.