Ian Williams provides a multi-disciplinary service for commercial clients. Our vision is to be the partner of choice when it comes to property improvement and maintenance works for the residential and commercial sector, looking after properties from private housing portfolios and offices to leisure facilities, retail centres to industrial parks. We manage the complete lifecycle of our clients’ assets and provide efficient and safe working environments for all amenity and building users.
Ian Williams works with a wide portfolio of clients on multi-disciplinary capital and refurbishment projects including but not limited to private landlords, hotels, stadiums, factories, leisure parks, lighthouses and museums. No one project is the same. Take a look at our case studies how our innovation and experience has got the right results for clients.
Ian Williams were contracted by St Austell Brewery to undertake full external and internal decorations and repairs to the Cornish Arms in Tavistock, including replacement of existing timber windows.
Internal decorations and repairs at Freemasons’ Hall to transform a previously plain white interior into a vibrant, revitalised space with special attention paid to the intricate features of this historic building.
Ian Williams is an approved specialist to carry out works at Ministry of Defence sites for Carillon Amey. We were contracted to undertake external repairs and decorations to building 122, one of the Grade II listed accommodation blocks in the Royal Citadel.
Ian Williams undertook an internal refurbishment of the hotel’s restaurant, bar, lobby and overspill areas, which included a mural of Smeaton Tower, an iconic local landmark.
Ian Williams undertook a redecorations and minor repairs project at The Old Library – 30 luxury ‘loft style’ apartments in on of Leamington Spa’s landmark buildings.
External redecoration works to Opal Villas, a 10 storey tower block located in a busy area in Notte Street, Plymouth.
Prepare and paint the historic Lizard and Pendeen Lighthouses and their outbuildings