Retail fit out for the Counting Hall

//Retail fit out for the Counting Hall

Retail fit out for the Counting Hall

The Counting Hall, a listed building in Glasgow city centre, has undergone a sympathetic fit out as part of its transformation into a brand new retail space fit for the 21stcentury.

Working alongside Ronan Developments, the A Cumberlidge team were tasked with installing a total of 240m2of Karndean LooseLay Plank in Providence Oak in the ground floor of the historical Counting Hall.

Explains Andrew Reeves, managing director for A Cumberlidge: “The finished result is exceptional as revealed in the before and after photos of the project below.

The Counting Hall: the proposed retail space area before we got to work!

Before: proposed retail space area in the Counting Hall in Glasgow before we got to work!

During: preparing the sub-floor at the Counting Hall ready to lay Karndean LooseLay Plank

During: preparing the sub-floor at the Counting Hall ready to lay Karndean LooseLay Plank

After: The finished result. The transformed retail space ready for the client to move in.

After: The finished result. The transformed retail space ready for the client to move in.

“The Karndean LooseLay Plank in Providence Oak chosen by the client features distinctive open grain patterns and blonde highlights to create a warm and welcoming space. The flooring is also incredibly hard-wearing and very easy to clean and maintain making it ideal for retail environments such as this.”

By |2018-12-03T15:35:16+00:00December 3rd, 2018|Cumberlidge News|Comments Off on Retail fit out for the Counting Hall

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