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Kitchen Installation Project Management

Most new kitchen installations involve at least 2 or 3 other contractors in addition to the fitters. In order to ensure that the project is completed as quickly as possible and with the minimum disruption, a degree of management is required.

The brief for a recently completed kitchen install project in Hove had to include the provision of under floor heating, a new ceramic floor throughout, updating of the electrical installation, which included new supplies for all the appliances, revised lighting, and audio and TV units.

New plumbing was installed which included provision of an outside tap, a supply for the American fridge freezer and, of course, a gas test. We prepared a detailed specification in advance to ensure that nothing was overlooked.

Having an overview of the project and control over the work programme enabled us to schedule each contractor and avoid duplicating some of the work. The floorboards only had to come up once and the plasterer could deal with all the making good on one visit.

The result was a project delivered on time and with the minimum inconvenience for the client.

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