Conversion of an existing tractor shed into a National trust gift shop
English grade European fresh sawn oak front entrance and trusses. Natural wood fibre insulation decorated with Earth Born clay paint. Aluminium box guttering. Colour coat Plastisol corrugated sheet roofing. Traditional hydraulic lime mortar in brick and flintwork. Underfloor heating covered by a natural finish power floated concrete base.
An award winning Annex building to compliment the existing 16th century public house. Ten en-suite letting bedrooms each self contained with a projecting canopy entrance. The front elevation is built with a broad curve of brickwork incorporating knapped flint panels. Other feature include prepared Oak joinery throughout, computer cabling and individual boilers . The striking curved metal roof design ensures the building blends effortlessly into the garden setting.
Main sport hall, 3 changing rooms, shower rooms, offices and kitchen
Traditional concrete fill foundations, precast concrete beam and block floor, cavity walls, Slate roof , roof trusses as well as a cut roof, Glulam beam structure supporting the hall roof, Acoustic ceiling panels, ‘Granwood’ Maple composite hall floor , Floor to ceiling wall tiling in shower rooms with heavy duty vinyl flooring, New gas,3 phase electric and water supplies from the road, external paving/steps and widening of the existing driveway.
Village shop and hall store extension, conversion of existing hall rooms to create further storage and office space and external ramp with surrounding retaining walls.
Raft foundations, Aluminium windows and doors, Canadian red cedar cladding, Glulam beam roof structure , Double glazed hardwood electrically operated rooflight, ‘Sarnafil’ flat roofing, ‘Marley Alutec’ aluminium guttering, Polycarbonate pyramid roof domes
A One hour fire proof extension to house a new oil tank.