Stroudley Crescent: Construction of a Sunroom on first floor terrace.
Our client, who has documented the entire project of his Flickr account, took these wonderful photographs during the project:
He and his wife had dreamed of a space that would take full advantage of the lovely views and could be enjoyed all year round - we are delighted to have been able to turn his dream into a reality.
Message from the Client:
"When we bought the house, we thought for years that we could make better use of the patio balcony above the garage, so eventually with the help of an architect, structural engineer and builder, we turned our vision into reality. It has to be said that all who worked on it have done a superb job and now on completion, all we can say is that it has totally exceeded our expectations."
Duntish Mill Farm Holiday Cottages refurbishment
Works carried out at Duntish Mill Farm, consisting of the conversion and construction of new holiday cottages.
Castle Cove Steps
Works carried out on behalf of ‘The Friends of Castle Cove Beach Charity’, who raised money for the construction of steps leading to Castle Cove beach, as the beach hasn’t been able to be accessed safety for five or so years. The works were praised by the Charity and the public.
For further information, see this article from Dorset Echo regarding the construction of the steps: https://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/17578216.official-opening-of-castle-cove-beach-steps-on-easter-saturday/
Update, November 2019: we were delighted to receive a 'Special Commendation' from Weymouth Civic Society for the design and work on these steps:
Bincombe Valley School
Installation of new portacabins and refurbishment to Bincombe Valley School, Weymouth
Fire damage repair
Two fire-damaged properties that we refurbished for Aster Property at Butts Close, Winfrith Newburgh.
Chickerell Church refurbishment
St Mary’s Church, Chickerell, is a Grade II*-listed building of 13th century origin.
The church needed a small kitchen from which to serve drinks etc, an accessible WC, more storage space, a bigger vestry and a place for small groups to meet.
Following extensive archaeological investigations which confirmed the existence of an earlier, Saxon church, the cramped, single-storey vestry was replaced with a new, two-storey extension. This was built in stone to outwardly match the existing church but with insulated cavities.
Internal alterations to the existing church included a new Portland stone floor with underfloor heating and new lighting.