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E G Carter & Co Ltd completes refurbishment on Bristol Trampoline Club

Gloucester based construction firm E G Carter & Co Ltd has handed over the newly refurbished Axis Trampoline and Gymnastics Club in Bristol.

The new refurbishment will accommodate the growing needs of the club and their staff, it provides a new dance studio, toilets, kitchen, office and entrance area.

Construction work took just over six months to complete which was inclusive of a 12-week shutdown due to the pandemic. The work included internal layout alterations, remodelling and refurbishment.

The finished scheme saw the addition of a first-floor dance studio, improved office spaces, modernised WC facilities and staff break-out space on the ground floor, along with renovation of the main entrance.

Although minor in nature, the external works completed have enabled a one way system to be introduced aiding the club with it's successful re-opening post Covid-19.

Axis Trampoline and Gymnastics Club started back in 2005 and operated for three years under the umbrella of Team Bath Evolution Trampoline Club. In 2008 the club was rebranded as Axis Trampoline Club, and further rebranded as Axis Trampoline and Gymnastics Club in 2015 when they moved into a dedicated premises and started delivering more than just trampolining.

Axis Trampoline and Gymnastics Club is a not-for-profit community-based club whose purpose is to get as many people in the community from pre-school through to adults involved in their full range of fantastic gymnastics disciplines, promoting both participation and fun at all levels.

Olly Munro, director of Axis trampoline Club said: "We had significant building works completed by E G Carter & Co Ltd, and from the planning through to completion, Carter's couldn't have been more helpful. The whole team were responsive, proactive and thorough, and paid attention to detail with everything to do with the build including all the health and safety and site management."

Joshua Carter, head of general works for E G Carter & Co Ltd said: "We are delighted to have handed over the new facilities to Olly and his team. Not only will this be great for the students and employees of the club, but it will also be a great asset for the community. We wish Axis Trampoline and Gymnastics Club all the best for the future."

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