Hotwire – Bolon

Hotwire – Bolon

December 3, 2015By Quentin WadeCase Studies

PDQ Contract Flooring carried out this installation using Bolon tiles to the main office areas with sheet to create a walkway around the central core as seen in the background of the above picture. Working with main contractor BW Interiors the project was delivered on time and transforms a mostly open plan office space to … Read More

British Library, London.

British Library, London.

November 30, 2015By Quentin WadeCase Studies, Design

Another PDQ – Bolon collaboration! This time PDQ were instructed to install Bolon tiles to the ‘Treasures Room’ at the British Library. A detailed drawing showing specific gridlines was sent to us to calculate the most cost effective way of creating the desired effect. It was decided that Bolon tiles onto a sound isolating underlay … Read More

Bwin.party HQ, St Pauls.

Bwin.party HQ, St Pauls.

November 2, 2015By Mike HallidayDesign

After a white resin floor was installed in the new Bwin.party Headquarters at One New Change in London’s St Pauls, it was felt that the finish was too cold and clinical and not the impression they wanted to give to clients on their arrival. We had already installed 1,500 sq.m. of Bolon tiles in the … Read More

Calvin Klein, Knightsbridge.

Calvin Klein, Knightsbridge.

November 2, 2015By Mike HallidayUncategorized

PDQ Contract Flooring Ltd had a call to ask if we could install 600 sq m of Dinesen Douglas Fir in a well-known retailer’s new showroom in Brompton Rd., Knightsbridge. “Of course”, we replied. It transpired that there was in fact to be two lorry loads of 4500 mm long boards, 450 mm wide and … Read More

Bridge House

Bridge House

October 4, 2015By Mike HallidayUncategorized No Comments

Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, Bridge House was a project where we installed carpets, wooden flooring, natural stone and porcelain tiles to wall and floors. In addition we restored some century’s old elm floor boards. As the main house originated from the early 1500’s, a sympathetic approach was required regarding the choices of … Read More