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Since Summit was expanding and needed more work space for their daily operations, Dalworth Restoration was asked to build out 2000 square feet of Summit’s warehouse, functionally expanding the production and office areas. As a result, three additional offices were created, with all new construction using steel stud framing. The suspended ceiling was constructed for both aesthetics and to house the HVAC air return. A fire sprinkler system, which conforms to safety standards, was added to cover the additional finish out. New air conditioning and ducts were installed to efficiently cool off the renovated facility. All flooring was done with seamless two step apoxy for durability, strength and ease of use.This project was quite substantial as all the demolition and construction work had to be completed in a very tight time frame. However, Dalworth Restoration crews rose to the challenge and completed the project on time. All the framing, drywall and paint, as well as additional window and door installations, were completed by Dalworth Restoration professionals and not outsourced to third party contractors. Not only did they accomplished the tear down and buildup in the short amount of time allocated, but they also mastered the additional electrical wiring to the building that was necessary to accommodate the increased power requirements of the newly added printing machines. In fact, a powerful roof-mounted cooling unit was hooked to the new printers due to the amount of heat they generated (7,000 BTUs at rest, 47,000 BTUs while running). Moreover, Dalworth Restoration provided temporary power for the servers and phones while electrical work was in progress.
The Summit finish out construction project was successful due to several factors. It was achieved within the time line specified by the client and all work was done professionally and according to safety specifications. Additionally, Summit did not experience any downtime due to the work performed by Dalworth Restoration crews. In fact, this project was meticulously planned, to eliminate potential interruptions to business processes. Most importantly, both Summit and the property management company were pleased with the finish out results.