BEE Interiors works its magic on its own new premises

Belinda Allinson and Crag Ham of BEE Interiors.

Summer shutdowns and staff holidays combined to create the busiest time of the year for a new business which specialises in interior fit-out solutions.

BEE Interiors even added to its growing workload by embarking on getting its own new premises ready for business.

Belinda Allinson, who has launched the company in partnership with Craig Ham, said: “Summer is a particularly busy time with businesses and other organisations changing their working environments – including us!”

Belinda, whose business experience draws on financial services and recruitment, and Craig, who has worked in the interior fit-out sector for more than 15 years, set up the company earlier this year and have now completed the move into a unit at Graybine Court in Tadman Street, Hull.

Belinda said: “Since we set up BEE Interiors we have spent a lot of time looking for suitable premises. I viewed a number of properties and this was the one we wanted. The reward is a prime site which is right next to the A63 and instantly visible from the Daltry Street flyover.

“We operate locally, regionally and nationally on providing a quality, turnkey solution for fit-out needs and particularly partitions and suspended ceilings – helping businesses make the most of their space.

“We do a lot of work with schools and obviously summer was a busy time for them as they looked to get work done while the children were away. It’s also a busy time in the private sector as businesses carry out improvements while many staff are on holiday.

“We are a newly-established business but we have a reliable team of experienced professionals supporting us with our offering of service excellence.”

Dale Gooderham, Senior Agency Surveyor at Garness Jones, said: “The unit became available at just the right time for BEE Interiors because they were a new start-up heading into a particularly busy time. It is also the right size for them, having been used by a team from Hobson & Porter as a base for carrying out flood alleviation work at Smith & Nephew.

“When that project was completed the building became available. The quality of the property and particularly the highly visible location next to Daltry Street flyover generated a lot of enquiries.”