With the exterior of the building now nearing completion, work on the interior fit out has begun at Kingfisher House.
Following on from our last update in mid-July, the work on the external façade of the building has continued, with 95% of the exterior cladding now installed, with just the bump-out areas around the staircases remaining. These areas are being worked on as local internal details are provided by the architects.
The installation of the windows is now complete across 80% of the building, continuing to follow the completion of the exterior cladding on each floor.
Internally, the installation of the plasterboard, insulation, first fix electrical work and first fix plumbing has begun on the top floor of the building, with the heating system also in place. 50% of the plaster skim coat has also been completed on this floor.
Elsewhere in the building, the metal partitioning has been installed and the first fix mechanical and electrical has also begun.
The fit out process for mechanical and electrical services is progressing across all floors of the building, with 90% of the electrical mains distribution and the submain installation completed.
In plumbing terms, the installation of the domestic hot and cold water services has been completed across the equivalent of three floors.
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