A Birmingham firm has secured a combined partitions, ceilings and screeding works package at the Gilders Yard project in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, from appointed contractor Shaylor Group.
Birmingham-based, Central Partitions and Screeds Ltd, has been awarded the contract situated in the bustling Jewellery Quarter. The £28 million build-to-rent scheme will create 156 new homes on behalf of the UK’s largest listed residential landlord Grainger and Birmingham-based developers Blackswan Property.
Work started at the end of 2017 to develop the industrial site into 156 high quality one and two-bedroom apartments, with 47 parking spaces, 28 cycle spaces, and commercial units.
It involved demolishing some of the existing buildings and the renovation of the three-storey Grade II listed former jewellery factory at 16-18 Great Hampton Street, which was once home to J Ashford & Son.
This latest stage, will see specialist contractor Central Partitions and Screeds install internal partitions, ceilings and floor screeds across the development and the erection of two new timber frame structures.
Jack Hughes, director at Central Partitions and Screeds said "We are delighted to be working with Shaylor Group on such a prestigious development in our home city and further our involvement in the regeneration of Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter with our third project here since the start of the year.”
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