Are you looking to expand your current commercial space? There are two ways to add to a building: horizontally and vertically. The design a person chooses is often dictated by the purpose of the addition – for example, a restaurant kitchen addition will invariably go out – but it’s not always this straightforward.
Business owners searching for new commercial space will usually hear the terms white box, vanilla shell, grey box, or cold shell, in discussions about new construction plans or landlords with spaces for lease.
Podium structures have been the go-to construction materials since the 1960s. This is because of their high-performing benefits, including long-term durability, low maintenance, and fast-track site erection. They’ve been used to construct residential apartments, hostels, prisons, schools, and a range of other commercial buildings.
When a tenant arrives at their new commercial space, it’s rare to find it ready for business. Whether it is in a shell condition, meaning it has never been occupied before, or a second-generation space – one that has been previously occupied – there are always fixtures to replace, floors to repair, and walls to… Read More »
“Fit out” refers to the process of making an interior space ready for occupation. As a common practice, when constructing commercial buildings, the spaces inside are left bare for the occupants to determine the level of refurbishment needed (or fitting out).