Newbury Interiors specialises in interior fit outs and refurbishments for a variety of working environments in both commercial and public premises. We offer a complete fit out and refurbishment service and manage all aspects of each project, from planning and design through to installation and after-care service. A typical refurbishment or fit out can include office partitions Hampshire and ceilings, flooring, windows and wall coverings as well as furniture and storage.
We work predominantly in the Thames Valley area, centred along the M4 corridor, from Bristol to London.
Newbury Interiors ensures that all work carried out is compliant with current building regulations, including CDM (Construction, Design and Management regulations) and the DDA (Disability Discrimination Act). We will advise you as to whether planning permission will be required and can apply on your behalf.
Newbury Interiors undertakes its health and safety obligations very seriously. We take great care to ensure that all our work conforms to the latest regulations and guidance. Our health and safety policy is strictly implemented at all levels to make certain that every project is managed with health and safety in mind. In addition, our independent health and safety advisor compiles a full risk assessment and method statements prior to starting each project.
In the vast majority of cases, there will be no need to move staff. We do our utmost to minimise disruption and to work around the day-to-day needs of our clients. In most cases you will be able to work as normal, occupying the workspace throughout the course of the project. Where this is not possible, we can work during the evenings, weekends or holidays if required to reduce disruption further.
You can be involved as much or as little as you wish! Once we have discussed your needs and assessed the workspace, we will agree on the design, timings and budgets with you. Our experienced project managers will then manage the day to day running of the project whilst liaising closely with you to keep you updated with its progress.
To create a sustainable work environment, offices can be designed to use less energy, maximise natural light and ventilation and be built using recyclable materials. Newbury Interiors can design and build a sustainable workplace for you that need not be more expensive than a traditional office. Of course, some energy efficient technologies may be more expensive initially but will produce savings in the long run. And you don’t need to substitute office style to go ‘green’ as there are many new and exciting sustainable product designs and materials to choose from.
Yes. We offer a design and space planning service as part of our complete “design to completion” office refurbishment service. Each commercial project is unique and is allocated a project manager and an experienced interior designer. Using creative, practical and 3D skills and incorporating the latest CAD technology, your designer will space-plan your workplace to ensure all your practical needs are met. With a flair for colour and finishes, your designer will bring you an ergonimic solution that is a ‘little bit different’ incorporating the latest furniture, fixtures and fittings – all within budget.
Many of the more intangible costs involved with refurbishing an office can be paid for by leasing. Elements such as partitioning, carpets, and design costs can all be covered. Furthermore, they can be included on a single lease agreement, giving you one easy monthly payment for your total solution. In addition, Newbury Interiors offers a free, no commission leasing facility to its clients as part of its service. We can negotiate a choice of leasing proposals to obtain the best deal for a client.
Yes. We have worked with many clients throughout the public sector including hospitals, schools and local government. We work to high health and safety standards, employing an independent health and safety consultant to assist us on projects. Newbury Interiors is registered with Constructionline, the DTI-owned register of pre-qualified local and national construction suppliers, and we have been assessed as being CHAS (Contractors Health and safety Assessment Scheme) compliant. Both are often prerequisites for bidding for public sector projects. In addition, we are a founder member of the AIS (Association of Interior Specialists) and undergo continuous vetting to raise and maintain continuity of standards through-out all of our office partitions Oxfordshire.