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Below are a few examples of our projects.

Certain projects help define who we are and each of the projects below needed that little bit of something extra to achieve the right result.


Giving that something extra is what we're known for and is why we're acknowledged as preferred specialists on industrial, commercial, residential & emergency sector projects.


Laid to Last is our tag-line and this is what everyone in the company has focus on, in every project we complete.

If you would like further information on any project below, or you would like to find out how we can give that little bit extra for your project, please get in touch by calling 0333 041 9003.

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Grain Mill

Works have commenced to refurbish an historic Grain Mill in Nottinghamshire.


Originally built in 1906, with years of redecoration, the wall surfaces had a thick build-up of paint. However, because the coatings contained Lead, preparation techniques were very limited. BIF tested several methods to provide a well bonded new wall surface, with the Client approving the use of high pressure steam cleaning, followed by the spray application of hygienic wall coatings, reinforced with a scrim tissue. 

With wall finish installations underway, the client then added Ceilings and Steelwork surface packages to our scope, and then awarded BIF with the Resin Floor Package for each of the 5 Floor Levels in the Mill.

The project required close co-operation with numerous Trades working on site, completing Joinery, Steelwork & HVAC works alongside our team.

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Staff Canteen

As an addition to our project at the Cheese Packaging Plant (below), the Client asked for hygienic solutions to the Canteen, Servery & Kitchen areas for their new Staff Canteen.

Kitchen areas were finished with our decorative Quartz Epoxt Screed to floors, PVCu Wall Cladding to walls and Stainnless Steel Sheeting installed to walls in the Cooking Area.

Servery & Canteen areas were finished with a flexible comfort floor, with decorative coloured flake finsh and sealed to provide a smooth surface.

Travel Centre

Completed in June 2023, BIF completed a highly complex resin floor  installation in a new Bus Station in Halifax.


With so many changes in floor level to accommodate easy access to buses, use of ceramic tiles would have been impractical, so Willmott Dixon proposed a resin floor finish and we were called in to propose a specification and agree detailing with the Architect.


Due to the site layout, the main concourse also has quite a sharp gradient, so special care was made to provide sufficient underfoot safety, whilst providing an easily cleanable surface. 

The project also required a contrasting visual strip incorporated into the main floor, guiding the partially sighted to key points in the building.


Dozens of flush mounted floor Electrical Boxes, floor mounted screens and detailing around seat mounting points added to the complexity of the installation, but our team performed perfectly, completing on time and to an exceptionally high standard.

Slip tests were completed by an independent surface consultancy and a report of the results achieved were provided to Willmott Dixon Construction for inclusion in O&M files.

Cheese Packaging Plant

BIF were extremely pleased to be selected to complete the flooring package for this global cheese producer. 

The 7,000m2 repurposed factory unit is being transformed from a High Bay Distribution Centre to a Cheese Packaging facility, requiring revised floor gradients, stainless steel drainage and a flexible, hygienic resin floor finish, as part of this state of the art facility.

Over 700 lin m of support plinths were cast, to level, to accommodate Stainless Steel Kerbs, before we then cast high strength, fibre reinforced SBR Screeds; all are currently being installed by working in co-ordination with the Hygienic Wall Panel contractor.

Screed surfaces are then prepared, primed with a fibre reinforced Regulation Layer before a highly chemical resistant epoxy resin floor finish is applied and sealed to provide flexibility, slip resistance and an easy to clean surface.

Works are planned to be complete by the end of September 2023.