Greendale Construction help open up access for all at Christchurch Sailing Club
The Small Works sector of Dorset Chartered Builders, Greendale Construction Limited, has successfully completed accessibility works at Christchurch Sailing Club, opening up areas of the building previously not fully utilised as well as enabling easier access for all.
The works, which were completed on time and handed over on 5 July 2019, included the installation of a new Titan lift; enlarging of the doorway to the clubroom with new light oak and glass double doors; installation of a new light oak staircase; new doors to the galley and disabled toilet as well as the installation of new sanitaryware and baby changing facilities in the disabled toilet; replacement of ceramic tiles in the ladies and gents toilets, as well as reinstalling the fob entry system on the new sliding doors. Plastering of the ceiling to the new meeting room, and painting, decorating with new carpet and flooring throughout.
Chris Kane, Director at Greendale Construction Limited commented:“Greendale is delighted to have completed the accessibility works on time and to budget for this stunning sailing club set in beautiful surroundings overlooking the Rivers Stour and Avon. The club remained open to its members throughout the works, and we were honoured to be invited to lunch by the Commodore for the handover.”
Jim Atkins, Commodore of Christchurch Sailing Club, commented:"I, my fellow officers and members are delighted with the benefits of the completed works. So much has been achieved. The team from Greendale Construction were efficient, did an excellent job and kept the members happy throughout the process. We were also delighted that the Greendale team joined us for lunch at the club on handover day.”
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