I'm putting together some cork flooring specifications for a library room at a Primary School in Dagenham, and Ruth from the Colour Flooring Co. has kindly passed on your details.
I wonder if you could possibly sketch out a rough costing/timeframe for the job of fitting the cork tiles (I'm looking at both 'floating' boards, which look like the simpler option, being pre-finished and 'click-together'.. and more traditional glue-down tiles of corking (much thinner, only 4mm vs 10.5 of the floating boards, so may suit better in terms of replacing the existing lino). These would require finishing on site, I think. If you have a preference or experience with either that'd help the decision, absolutely let me know!
The room size is 79m2; I'm estimating 5% wastage, so enough cork for 83m2.
I'm on the team doing the fitout, so ideally we'd like to be in there in the last week of August, as the kids go back first week of Sept (well - covid permitting!). You could have access any time from the beginning of August, I expect.
links to possible cork specs:
floating panel option:
If there's something I've missed out here, drop me a line - more than happy to find out what I can for you. Many thanks for your time, and hope to hear from you soon.