By definition, reinstatement refers to the process of restoring something back to its former state. Commercial property reinstatement is exactly what it says on the tin. There are several circumstances where commercial clients may require property reinstatement works.
Where a property has become damaged due to a flood or fire, reinstatement works would enable the client to repair the property and restore it to its former glory.
Alternatively, commercial property reinstatement may also be required at the end of a lease, where the tenant’s lease agreement states that the property needs to be left in its original condition. This could involve the removal of additional features such as partitioning, flooring and light fixtures and fittings before a move to new premises.
Client’s who wish to change the commercial use of a building may also require us to carry out reinstatement works. Stripping the property back to its shell and core may on some occasions be required to lend agility to the new changes, giving the client a fresh, clean slate to work from.