We utilise methods from drop seals on doors, creating a second skin within a room lead lining, baffle blocking, double glazing to acoustic pinboards. St Ferrer uses a third party to test before and after to show the decline in the transfer of sound.
With our extensive experience, we understand the protocols required to build Government departments and agencies zones to establish appropriate physical security environments for the protection of official information and assets.
We mitigate risks by working with the fire engineer, and ensure the building’s construction is not compromised during the remediation process. Our remediation services include investigation, solution engineering and rectification.
This includes data room lighting, UPS, fire suppression systems, raised computer room floor or slab and the Computer Room Air Conditioning systems, (CRAC Units).
This cleansing process involves soil extraction and disposal, and on some occasions, purifying and revitalising soil onsite
This includes bringing essential services such as mechanical, electrical, fire and security back to base. We make sure the wall floor and ceiling finishes are as they were found at the beginning of the lease.
St Ferrer can be involved at an early stage to ensure there are no hidden issues with your projects.
St Ferrer commonly use four types of delivery models, all of them have their benefits depending on the client’s situation.
The builder manages all aspects of the build based on the budget, quality and design outcomes set by the client. St Ferrer also undertake a specialised fast track system if time sensitive delivery is required.
The St Ferrer fast track system is fine-tuned cost and time saving model primarily aimed at companies that need to act quickly to cater for expansion within their business. These companies don’t have the luxury of 3-6 months to engage designers or superintendents to manage the process.
We undertake a 2-day intensive specification, layout and needs analysis so we can immediately start documentation for owner’s consent and a builder’s permit.
A Lump Sum Contract (or Fixed Price Contract) is a contract with a single lump sum price for all the works, and the contractor is responsible for completing the project within the agreed fixed cost set forth in the contract.
The Builder simply charge a fee for the staffing and management and a percentage fee on the trade construction cost. That fee typically equates to about 10 to 15 percent.
The build supplies three quotes and the client with use of the builder’s due diligence chooses which one they want to engage.