Silver Street, Barton
The client required this 1970’s property to be extensively refurbished to accommodate occupation by users with physical disabilities, all to a very specifically designed and high specification.
Scope of Works & The Project
The scope of works was to refurbish the property to give it a new lease of life, as it had sat vacant for a long period of time and had become susceptible to mould growth.
As well as full refurbishment of the property an extension was created to form a new garage, as the existing garage was to be converted into a specialised living area for a disabled child. The focus for Datim on this project was ensuring that the house was adapted to a very high standard and fully meet the needs for the disabled child.
Adapting properties to meet the needs of people with physical disabilities is an area Datim excel in and is proven in the many projects of this type that they have completed throughout the years. Their success in this field is why they were awarded this job and continue to be given works of this nature.
In this project ramped access, a hoist track system and specialist sanitaryware was installed. As well as the usual works associated with refurbishment: new heating system, electrical rewire, plastering, decoration, tiling and new floor finishes. Datim are very proud to have delivered a high level of finish, as well as meeting the needs of the client and improving their living.