Case studyThe Old Chapel - Bedfordshire


Sandy, Beds

Value: £110,000

Project duration: 9 weeks

Completed: February 2009

Project Included

  • Mezzanine Floor Installation
  • Full insulation & thermal lining of the external building walls & roof structure
  • Suspended Ceilings
  • Formation of new WC Suite, Kitchenette & Break Out Room
  • Silicone Glazed Partitioning
  • Electrical & Mechanical Services
  • Decoration & Flooring finishes

Kube were contracted to design and refurbish a Victorian Chapel to create new luxurious offices for the customer in November 2008. The project was completed in 9 weeks from commencement. The transformation from a bare shell to contemporary offices in such a short timescale was achieved through careful design and planning stages, all carried out ‘in house’.

Jamie Eborall (Managing Director) said:
"Working with Kube has been an absolute Joy..!! We purchased an old chapel that we wanted totally converting into very modern office space. After one meeting with Kube, it was obvious that they understood exactly the design vision that we had. We made a decision after that meeting that if the price was competitive then Kube were the company we wanted to use. The price was extremely competitive and presented in by far the most professional, detailed and sophisticated way.

Kube understood and advised both build detail and design ideas to a layman in such an impressive way that the design was agreed in no time. The actual build process has been equally impressive and absolutely stress free. I imagined daily meetings and arguments at every step of the process and couldn’t have been more wrong. Nothing went wrong, we viewed the progress once a week and to be honest didn’t really need to do that. The building was handed back on the exact date agreed looking perfect / vision achieved and on budget.

We have agreed to be a reference site for Kube and I have recommended this company already to family and friends as I feel strongly that quality, honesty and pride in ones work seems to be a rarity these days, but not where Kube are concerned"

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