Integral Build complete latest project in a series worth over £3m

Tim Stringer

Tim Stringer

Bristol-based refurbishment, construction and fit out specialists Integral Build have completed the latest in a series of contracts worth over £3m as the market continues to bounce back.

This has seen the total refurbishment of the reception area of offices at No.1 The Square in Temple Quay as one of the key gateways to the city continues to attract inward investment.

It completes a busy summer for the firm with other projects including new classrooms and a refurbished staff area at Filton School, Bristol; refurbishment of critical areas at the National Grid control centre in Wokingham and a series of projects for Fusion Lifestyle in the South East. These include a major refit at Tunbridge Wells Leisure Centre in Kent that will complete in early 2016.

The company, who are based in St Anne’s, continue to work on the fit out of the ongoing £45m transformation of Ashton Gate Stadium for Bristol Sport.

The new South Stand and refurbishment of the Dolman Stand are nearing completion with the remainder of the project due to be finished in summer 2016.

Divisional Director Tim Stringer comments:: “We are seeing a growing demand for specialist fit out and refurbishment expertise as the construction and build market generally continues to thrive.

“With the forthcoming electrification of the London to Temple Meads train line, offices in the Temple Quarter area in particular are going to start competing to attract London firms, so we are seeing a real move towards higher end materials and interior design.”