Recent Projects by Oakwhite Contracts.

These are some examples of recent works. Click "View Gallery »" or the image to open a slideshow of images relating to the project. To find out more about our work in each field, click "Read More » "

Oxygen Trampoline Parks

Oxygen

With the speed of rollout planned at Oxygen it is crucial that our contractors have endless enthusiasm and commitment to the projects, working around the clock to hit deadlines and go that extra mile to make sure that the move from building to operating is seamless.

Oakwhite have led the way, setting exemplary standards enthusiastically and professionally in both leading the build and supporting the Oxygen set up team

David Stalker CEO: Oxygen


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The Gym Group

We have completed many new gyms for this pioneering and successful company. We are happy to be part of their ground breaking and successful programme of bringing high quality – low cost gyms to the UK public.

Always insisting on high quality finishes, keeping pace with the constant innovative changes requires an attentive an dedicated workforce and management team. We are currently working on new build projects in Newcastle, Hertfordshire and Wales

“Oakwhite Contracts are without doubt our best contractor, their understanding of our brand and attention to quality and detail is second to none.

They have at all times delivered my projects on time and on budget. I would recommend them unreservedly”. 

John Treharne CEO The Gym Group

 

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Gravity Force Trampoline Parks

Working closely with our clients “Gravity Force” we have pioneered this exciting and successful new development for the UK market. We developed a new design system to create a robust, yet cost driven model.

We are currently developing this brand further with a roll out many new Trampoline Parks nationally over the coming months.

We had the pleasure of working with Oakwhite when launching our first site for Gravity Force.

From the start their passion and enthusiasm for our project was evident and they worked tirelessly in order to achieve our tight deadlines. They constantly put forward ideas they had during the build, whilst still respecting our desires and wishes.

Sarah Sims :Director


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In and Out

In & Out Members Bar & The Goat Room

A charming cellar development in keeping with the history of this club.

Works to this beautiful listed building were carried out with care and sensitivity to enhance and complement their existing assets.

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Nordic Balance Gym

This small exclusive gymnasium has required careful design and planning with the owner to ensure that all the gym services are accommodated without compromising the available space or the ambience of this magnificent.

Ladies and Gents cloakrooms were completely renovated and replaced with elegant state of the art facilities that harmonise perfectly with this beautiful old building.

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The Gymway, Marriott Hotel, Kensington, London

The Gymway, Marriott Hotel, Kensington, London

This state of the art gymnasium with a stunning contemporary interior offering all the latest gym equipment and personal training facilities to both the public and hotel guests.

As always in London space was an issue. We overcame huge challenges to design and install the advanced mechanical and electrical services that were required for this high end gym.

Having opened over 60 new fitness clubs in the last ten years I can honestly say that Oakwhite have exceeded all my expectations, and have outshone any other fit-out companies.

Their high standards, personable staff, flexibility and diligent cost management have ensured that they are my number one builders of choice when opening future sites. They are a pleasure to work with.

Elaine Coulthard : Group Director

 

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West Midlands Fire Service

West Midlands Fire Service Training Centre in Birmingham. A challenging acoustic isolation of training rooms.

The job involved designing and erecting an acoustic fire barrier to stop sound travel from the training and exhibition centre to the lecture and class rooms.

 

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