The work continued throughout the designated construction period on each weekday. In the meantime, there were meetings between parties on both sides: Lorna from Krol Corlett and Janet from Lancashire County Council. These meetings would take place twice a week, every week, to ensure that the project was being completed according to plan, with alterations and considerations on client requests where necessary. Of the allocated 40 weeks, the first 24 weeks were devoted to the deconstruction of the original work.
At that point, the final measurements could be taken, along with the ordering of the materials needed to carry out the refurbishment of Fraser House. From there, 6 weeks of procurements were followed by the completion of the project. In addition, charity work in the local area, which included contributions to food banks and the community within Lancashire, was performed across the duration of the project.