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Restoration and reconstruction

Restoration and reconstruction

UBC provides quality services for the restoration and reconstruction of buildings. We have extensive experience in construction work in this area. In 2013, the company won a tender for the reconstruction of the Guest House on Kontraktova Square and successfully completed the project. Our skills were also evaluated at a competition in Berlin, where we won the prize for the best reconstruction of a historical monument, which was awarded to us for the reconstruction of the facade of the British Ophthalmological Center. We now have enough knowledge and experience to carry out a project of any complexity, whether it is reconstruction of a residential building or reconstruction of a non-residential premises .

Building Reconstruction and Restoration: What’s the Difference?

Reconstruction of buildings and structures involves the reconstruction of commissioned facilities, their improvement, improvement of operating and living conditions, improvement of technical and economic level, change of such indicators as size, functional purpose and the like. During the reconstruction, the elements of the load-bearing and enclosing structures are preserved. While the reconstruction of buildings and structures is underway , they are not in operation. If parts of the facility are autonomous, you can stop using those parts instead of the facility as a whole.

Restoration is work to strengthen the physical condition and improve the appearance of the object, which are scientifically sound and reveal the characteristics of the building, restore damaged and lost elements of objects of museum importance. Also during the restoration it is important to ensure the authenticity of the elements. So restoration, as you can see, is painstaking work that requires knowledge and skills.

Suppose you need renovation of a private house or non-residential space. What documents do you need to get from a construction company to be sure that building renovation will go as it should:

  1. Contract. Think three times before hiring a general contractor. It must have all the necessary licenses, positive feedback from customers, work experience of at least 3 years, its staff must have enough qualified staff, and equipment must meet modern conditions.
  2. Object plan before and after reconstruction.
  3. Calendar plan for restoration work with realistic deadlines. Penalties should be provided for failure to meet deadlines. So, if the renovation of a private house or non-residential premises goes wrong, you will receive compensation.
  4. List of resources. The resource information should indicate not only the names of materials but also their brands, types or varieties. If this information is not provided, the construction company has the right to replace the construction materials with cheaper ones, but with the same name as indicated in the resource statement.
  5. Design project included in the plan for renovation of a residential or non-residential premises .
  6. Layouts of utilities (heating, gas, ventilation, water, lighting, sewerage, electrical equipment, lightning protection, fire and burglar alarms, communications, television, scheduling).
  7. Reconstruction of buildings and structures is not possible without a detailed estimate. It can be approximate, which can be modified during construction, and solid.

Read all the documentation in detail, make changes if necessary. After approval of the design documentation, the construction company begins the restoration of the object according to the plan.

UBC is a time-tested builder. We enter into transparent contracts for our clients, have all licenses, and perform our duties honestly and fairly. If you would like to discuss the restoration or refurbishment of the facility, or if you have other questions regarding our services, please call the numbers on the website or leave a message so that we can contact you.