Celtic help build assisted living units Across the UK, for a supported living service which helps adults with a range of needs to live independently and safely in their local communities.
Celtic played a major part in a multi-million pound project to a new school in the idyllic countryside of Monmouth. Talocher school saw Celtic build Strongs relationship with our clients in child and adult healthcare.
Celtic built a new home office and Airbnb premises for Gail and Tim Jones of Crickhowell, featuring underfloor heating, soundproofing and a vaulted ceiling.
Gail said: “We are thrilled with the new build. It has been finished on budget, and the standard of the finishes is high. Tudor and his team helped us with design suggestions along the way. And the customers like it; we had three bookings in the first seven days on Airbnb.”
The building had challenges for Celtic – surface water runoff from a nearby field meant we had to put in land drains and a soak-away, and raised footings, but the result is fit for anything the Welsh weather can throw at it.
Celtic completed the remodelling of The Gate steakhouse in Llanfrechfa within the space of a week. The brief was to create a “Vegas-Style” steakhouse – in a hurry.
Celtic brought in a team of interior designers, and craftsmen and provided full fixtures, fittings and equipment including everything from a dry-ageing display fridge for the steaks, new kitchen, bar and cellar to tables, chairs, cutlery and crockery.
Gate owner, Gareth Lee said “We showed Tudor pictures of what we wanted, pictures we had taken from restaurants in Vegas, and he delivered. It was important for us to open quickly. We gave him the ideas, and he bettered them”.