City West WorksIn January 2015, Thextons were awarded a contract with City West Works who are the contracting arm of City West Housing Trust, Thextons were employed to carry out refurbishment works on a number of void properties under the City west ‘empty home’ scheme. The scope of work carried out included full electrical rewire,  domestic plumbing, plastering, external hard landscaping and redecoration. The project was delivered within an extremely tight programme of 7 weeks and within the contract budget of £100,000.00. Thextons are pleased to announce that due to the high standards achieved on this project, regarding on site Health and safety, consideration for others and our company ethos of working with programme and to a predetermined budget, this has enabled Thextons to carry out further projects with this Citywest Works.
Helena Property CareIn April 2014, Thextons were awarded a contract working for Helena Property Care. The Project involved carrying out a full refurbishment of a maisonette block under the ownership of Helena Partnerships. The block was split use of residential and retail units. Thextons offered a full range of services which included all electrical, plumbing, ground works, UPVC windows and doors and general construction. As part of this project the client required a lift between  the ground and first floor. Thextons used their extensive knowledge and along with the Clients Structural Engineer carried out major structural alteration to allow the passenger lift to be installed.  Through our high quality service, Thextons have been awarded a  further seven contracts with the client which have included the supply and installation contracts of new UPVC windows and doors to three occupied properties. To date Thextons have successfully completed more than £400,00.00 of contracted work.
Wallasey Town HallIn December 2013 Thextons were successful in tendering for a refurbishment scheme of Wallasey Town Hall. The contract involved the refurbishment of the first floor. Wallasey Town Hall is a Grade 2 listed building. The scope of work included the demolition of multiple offices to form an open plan space. Due to the fact the building was listed the conservation officer was keen to reuse as much of the original building materials as possible. Thextons engaged with their supply chain and were able to reuse all the original timber to patch oak panelling and reforming skirting and architraves. The scheme also included a £40,000,00 refurbishment of the first floor toilets. Again due to the fact the building was listed, the scope of works in the toilets includes restoring marble walls and flooring and oak cubicles. The project was successfully completed within the 12 weeks period and it was also completed within the £120,00.00 budget.