RAAM Construction were appointed by Enfield Council to carry out the demolition and refurbishment of the garages at Carterhatch Lane.
Before works began, we liaised with Enfield Council to inform all affected residents about the works, we also ensured that temporary fencing was put up and appropriate safety signage was clearly displayed, as Health and Safety was of high importance on this project.
We renewed the garage doors and roofs, which included working closely with the manufactures to ensure that all materials were correct and on site at the appropriate time.
Throughout the project we strived to keep disruption to a minimum, and successfully completed all works within the designated 8 weeks time frame. We are happy that this project was a success.
Following a leak within the school, our specialised team renovated toilet cubicles and offices within the school. The project was completed during the school holidays and finished well before students and teachers returned.
On this project, we refurbished four classrooms within the school. Works included decorating, new flooring, new carpet, new electrical installations and creating new kitchen areas. We were extremely happy with the bright fresh finish.
Good feedback was received from all the staff. Due to the cooperation between the school faculty and our RAAM team, we successfully finished within the time frame and budget.
Northumberland Park Community School underwent a transformation from a community school to Duke’s Aldridge Academy. RAAM Construction had the privilege to be a part of the rebranding and refurbishment of the school.
Northumberland Park Community School wanted us to carry out various works at the school within the budget and time frame. These works included the alteration of the reception, refurbishment of large areas of school, creation of new toilets and staff room. The works included carpentry, carpeting, plumbing, electrics, clearance and demolition works.
We also had to ensure that fire retardant paints were used in accordance with manufactures guidelines in order to achieve a certificate of completion. Due to careful planning, we were able to complete works successfully within the tight schedule to enable the school to open for the new term.
Thanks to the close cooperation with the management and facilities team, working on this project was a pleasure for the RAAM team.
Stroud Green Primary School instructed a complete face lift and modernisation to their existing toilet facilities working to a designated budget and time restrictions.
Our Public Sector Contracts Manager was able to liaise, design and implement a complete new design layout bringing the facilities up to modern building regulations and standards while creating a fresh but practical look.
Our highly experienced heating engineer designed and fitted a new heating and water supply system and installed hidden cistern toilet cubicles. Our Electricians implemented a complete re-wire while our decorating team used a variety of skills and craftsmanship to give it a fresh new look fitting a specialised Polysafe non-slip flooring.
The management team of the school were delighted with the final product and reliability of Raam Construction Ltd, with all works been completed on time and on budget. Impressed by our team of clean, efficient and courteous tradesmen and excellent communication and cooperation skills from all contracts managers involved. They highly rated us as suitable and recommended London building Contractors for any work within the public sector.
For the project at Finchley Memorial Hospital, North London, RAAM Construction were responsible for investigating, sourcing and repairing serious water penetration in a specialised treatment ward.
Discretion and good trademanship were needed in order to carry out works in a non intrusive yet methodical and effective way.
Before works started our Public Sector Contracts Manager liaised with the hospital management, ward staff and contracts managers to devise a detailed scheduled of works that would have minimal impact on the operations of the ward. Our team of engineers were able to quickly identify the source of the problem and report their findings awaiting further instructions from the hospital administrators. Until future repair works were Approved our team of skilled tradesmen contained the problem area and the left the premises in a clean and fully functioning order.
On returning to complete repair works we were adaptable to the restricted time constraints and able to fully resolve the issues ahead of time and on budget, providing a reliable and professional service in the public sector.