Design of an extension over an existing building; formerly used as a police station. The existing structure was assessed to ensure that the additional storeys could be accommodated and load tests were completed to verify that the existing slim floors were suitable for use. A new below ground drainage system was designed to accommodate the increased capacity of […]
New build “super home” dwelling in rural location for a developer. The superstructure is formed with steel frame, composite deck concrete floors and cut infill timber roof. Below ground there is a reinforced concrete basement (below part of the building footprint) containing leisure facilities including swimming pool and subterranean terrace at the rear.
A new replacement residential “superhome” that comprises approx. 600m2 living accommodation, a detached garage and a large leisure suite with swimming pool. The structure is formed of hybrid structural forms and materials that comprise of load bearing RC basement walls, masonry, precast floors, glulam timber portals and steel frames. A new below ground drainage network […]
Completed | 2011 Client | Ausbore Architect | NCHomes The project involved a new build, two storey contemporary dwelling on a prominent site within Cheshire. The dwelling provides living accommodation over 7500 sq ft over two floors including 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 6 reception rooms, and a triple garage. Extensive entertainment and leisure facilities include cinema room, gym room, […]
Private Home | 2011 Architect | David Ellison Architecture Structural survey and extensive internal alterations of a traditional Victorian semi-detached property into a large family home. This project involved restoring the front of the property to its former glory, whilst to the side and rear, a two storey contemporary extension has been added. To gain further space, structural […]