How To Minimise Disruption During Office Refurbishment

How To Minimise Disruption During Office Refurbishment

How To Minimise Disruption During Office Refurbishment

It is difficult to work in an office that is overseeing an office refurbishment. Some may find it difficult to concentrate with all the noise that is being produced. It is important that whilst your business/company is expanding, your employees must work to their best potential. Included in this blog post are a couple of ways that you can ensure your business does not fall behind whilst still meeting the targets you have set.

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Prepare Ahead of Time

There are several crucial preparation tasks you can complete in advance to ensure your office renovation can begin on the first day. Before the job begins, you should clean up your office so that installation and building can start right away. You’ll be given instructions on how to get your workplace ready for work to start, depending on the size of your office renovation. Having the inspection done early will keep the project on track since you might also need to have one done prior. Along with this, it may be worth mentioning that you should have a clear plan for when each stage of your workplace renovation will occur as well as a point of contact with whom you may communicate if delays arise. Having this timeline cemented before the renovation plans begin helps solidify your company’s deadlines.

Have a Back-Up Plan in Case of an Emergency

Having a contingency plan prevents you and your company from derailing from your work. It ensures that your business carries on and maintains a level of professionalism. There will always be some obstacles to overcome, no matter how well an office renovation goes. This could be a problem with a supplier, dampness, or something completely unanticipated. Deadlines that are missed can be a substantial source of disruption. It’s critical to reopening your office as soon as possible and doing so requires developing a project timeline that you can work with. Build contingency plans for both your timeline and budget to assist in avoiding problems like this from impacting your timeline, business, and income and disrupting your office. Ideally, you won’t need to employ this backup plan, but if something goes wrong, you’ve taken a proactive approach to responding accordingly.

Simplify Your Renovation Plans 

The best thing you can do is to simplify the project if unsettling your colleagues as little as possible is your top objective. This can be accomplished by selecting goods and materials that are quicker and simpler to install. For instance, carpet tiles in common areas can prevent the need to clear out the entire office to install the floor.

Think Strategically

The majority of the re-modeling will be done during regular business hours. Therefore, while the renovation is taking place, if you can rearrange meetings or tasks outside of these hours, you’ll be able to meet deadlines and please your clients. While we recognise that not all office work can be completed after hours, doing so is an excellent strategy to minimise interruption and prevent your staff from falling behind during the renovation.

Contact JST Construction

If you have any questions on what your building plans are or what they may consist of, then talk to the experts. They know best and will be working in your office or business space for a continuous amount of time. If it’s a renovation project or installation that you may be thinking of, then give us a call today and we will be happy to assist you in anything that you may need whether it be big or small. Find out more about how we can help by getting in touch with us today on 0151 355 9232 or use our online contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.