HCIP had the privilege of being employed to carry out works for Leeds Diocese, located at York street, Leeds. The project lasted approximately ten weeks, consisting of works undertaken on the basement, ground floor, second floor and third floor.
The Diocese wanted a fresh new look of offices for their congregation to carry out their every day administrative tasks. They also wanted a friendly and welcoming cafe within the office space for visitors and staff to utilise.
The works included the stripping out and refurbishment of toilets, installation of full height glazed partitions with smart black trim, all doors and frames fitted to a high standard on all floors, installation of bespoke joinery which really added a sense of distinction and uniqueness to the offices, amongst numerous other small details which gave the project a complete feel.
This project was a huge success with an abundance of positive feedback coming from Leeds Diocese. Once the offices were completed they had some really original features ranging from the unconventional trim pattern running along the glazing, to the advanced work the Huddersfield Interiors team did for the decorative joinery, incorporating oak capping.