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Withington Girls School gets a new reception area

D & G Builders & Joiners Ltd have completed in September 2017 full reception refurbishment at Withington Girls School at Didsbury, Manchester.

This included, New Ceilings, Flooring, Corian Desk with CNC back lighted signage, Full Redecoration, Lighting & plastering of wall along with new feature entrance doors

The staff and children returned to a fantastic new area and are all delighted with the result, this has led to more secured work with the client, "What lovely people to work for!"



Tameside Hospital CCU Gets A Face Lift

D & G Builders have completed a full refurbishment of CCU at Tameside Hospital

The contract ran to a tight deadline and involved Electrical, Mechanical works along with the formation of new rooms and a new clean utility room..

Bill Dickinson Site Manager said that it was a challenging scheme due to the fact that the scheme was on a critical time path and during the scheme various technical challenges arose that had to be overcome in the existing time scale

The staff at the Hospital have been great to work with and have made a difficult job a lot easier.



New "Scope wash Facility" at Wigan Hospital

D&G Builders have just completed the provision of a new "Scope Wash" facility within the Christopher Home building at the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary.

This was a challenging project working to tight timescales and having to overcome some major on site structural issues.

The team worked very closely with the Trust to ensure a first class project was presented on time and to the clients total satisfaction

New Lecture Theatres at Royal Preston Hospital

D&G Builders have just handed over in Autumn 2017 a new fully refurbished state of the art lecture theatre at Royal Preston Hospital to ensure medical students enjoy the very best teaching experience possible.

The clients have been left delighted and pleased with the new facility.

The project again ran to a tight deadline during the summer recess.


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