Restoration is the generally the term used when your building is damaged, outdated or non-compliant with codes or the client has outgrown its existing space:

This Renovation process usually involves the changing of the structure – such as by altering floor layout and as well if the building needs to meet new building regulations and in particular for access under the act for disabled access and as such  the building’s process can or may include for:

  • Removing walls to suit revised floor plan

  • Extending onto or above existing building

  • New access ramps to entry area and floors

  • Lift or escalators.

  • Raising ceilings 

  • New plaster or masonry walls.

  • New floor or floor treatments

  • Bathroom upgrades

  • Electrical and Data upgrades

  • Air Conditioning modifications

  • Replacement of windows and doors

  • Roof Repairs

  • Lighting 

  • Painting

  • Floor finishes –carpet, timber or tiles.

Network can assist with the planning and statuary authority approvals for this work.

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Restoration is generally the term used for building works and generally is concerned with the restoration, remodeling and or repairs to the appearance of your building.

Network can and will bring your buildings back to their former

glory or update them for the 21st century with our comprehensive property Refurbishment service.


Style and Substance

Combining your design ideas with functional efficiency, our

Restoration team will ensure that your building not only looks great but also  Delivers big on safety, compliance and efficiency.

Planning Precision

Following an in-depth review of your requirements and existing building – The Network Restoration team will set to work designing detailed proposals and agreeing to a comprehensive schedule of works to enable us to bring your restoration plans to life.

Excellence as standard

If your commercial buildings need a new lease of life contact the Network Restoration team to arrange a visit from one of our experts.