Major dilapidation scheme completed at the start of 2021

Today marks six months to the day since Yorkshire-based Level Best Concrete Flooring handed over a major dilapidation scheme in Avonmouth, Bristol for a repeat Client and Contractor.

Level Best completed a 28,000m² refurbishment contract in Avonmouth, Bristol on behalf of one of the UK’s largest modern logistics and distribution property owners and also a leading West-Midlands-based principle contractor who specialise in major dilapidation and refurbishment schemes. This was the fourth refurbishment scheme Level Best has successfully carried out on behalf of the West-Midlands-based contractor.

The contract was onsite for six months starting in the summer of 2020 and running through until January 2021. This extended site period was an opportunity for Level Best to showcase their full array of concrete flooring dilapidation works and services. One of the image below shows Level Best’s revolutionary heavy-duty joint repair system – a joint repair system ideal for replacing broken down arris joints or alternatively for providing heavy-duty surface protection at roller shutter and level access doorways. Other scopes of works on this major dilapidation scheme in Avonmouth, Bristol included:-

  • Localised epoxy resin patch repairs
  • Joint arris breakdown repairs
  • Heavy-duty joint repair solution (below)
  • Existing joint resealing
  • Core drilling removal of previous tenant installed racking bolts and fixings
  • Line marking and demarcation removal
  • Resin flooring removal
  • ‘Jointless’ steel fibre reinforced concrete floor slab overlay solutions
  • Diamond grind, clean, polish and seal

For more information on Level Best’s concrete floor refurbishment and dilapidation services or for more information on this project in Avonmouth, Bristol then please contact on 01405 819199 or alternatively email .

Level Best showcasing their heavy-duty joint repair system in Avonmouth, Bristol
Condition of the concrete floor in Avonmouth, Bristol prior to Level Best’s dilapidation works commencing
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