In 2005 the British Virgin Island Government completed construction of a three story administration complex building in Virgin Gorda of the British Virgin Islands. Even though artist impression sketches of an interior staircase were produced at the outset no contractor was allocated for the stairs to be built during construction as the design was clearly special requiring an octagonal spiral staircase that was completely free standing from the ground floor up and made of stainless steel for its modern appeal and maintenance.
We at Nautool were approached to design and engineer this staircase and provide structural engineering drawings to an area that consisted of an octagonal opening in each floor of a now finished building with a finished marble floor. Nautool attacked the project head on and our first design was approved along with the Government’s stringent guidelines.
Four months later,on schedule and on budget, Nautool completed the staircase with a stamp of approval from the Public Works Department proving that at Nautool, no job is too big or too small.