Novus was contracted to provide a splash of colour at the Milford Room entrance in the dining and entertainment facilities after the paint work began to flake and peel.
The metal of previous coatings was stripped and then repainted over the whole structure over a three week period, with work being carried out around guests with as little disruption as possible.
The aesthetic quality of the structure has been enhanced to provide a longer lifespan due to a reduction in corrosion, whilst also improving the canopy at the park, which consists of restaurants, bars, a health and fitness suite and a day spa.
The work was carried out by the Novus team mid-way through the Easter holidays, with the complex remaining in use to ensure that guests could enjoy their stay at the complex.
Novus Property Solutions,
PO Box 3279,
Oldfield Industrial Estate,
Phone: 01782 598000
Fax: 01782 598101
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