D&M were required to uplift a small area of T&G 18mm Oak flooring in the bar area and replace it like for like in the listed building. The project started off with the removal of the existing flooring. Once this task was completed a few complications occurred as the subfloor had failed. The area consisted of two no subfloor constructions (Half original floor joists which had rotted from the wall and lay covered in earth, and half cement screed on hardcore – which had no DPM and was allowing moisture to reach to finished floor covering.) In order to get the bar area functional as soon as possible D&M made this a reactive assignment. To rectify this, the entire floor was stripped with the original joists being exposed. The Joists were spliced and refitted, with a new base board fitted. This was done to level off the two different subfloor constructions. The DPM and new T&G 18mm Oak sourced, to match previous flooring, was also fitted into place. Due to the new floor level the bricks around the fireplace were lifted and relayed. Despite the challenging nature of this situation, the D&M staff were able to restore everything with efficiency ensuring both safety and quality work.