We work on oak framed garden room extensions with Timberpride, Tetbury. In addition to the extension, a large opening was formed in the existing rear wall. Below are some of the in progress photographs with final images here – Oak Frame Extension.
We worked on this project with Austin Design Works a few years ago. It was previously a house and separate garage but now fully upgraded and with a contemporary link. The building makes the most of the views across the valley towards Inchbrook. There are a few in progress photographs below but follow this link to see the final design – Cotswold Stone Family Home.
Working with Jagged Edge Design we have been carrying out the structural design, with alterations to a bungalow, removing the roof and adding a new first floor. The new first floor structure is in timber frame to reduce the additional weight. The works were being carried out by Inspired Build.
We have designed extensive alterations to this property in Somerford Keynes, working with Corinium Architectural Services. Internally, the property was reorganised, opening the spaces by removing a number of internal walls. The garages were incorporated to form additional rooms and an extension was added to the rear.
Progress in Eastcombe, Stroud with the construction of large retaining walls. The walls are on a steeply sloping site with the lower level incorporated into an extension to a house and the upper level forming a terrace accessed from the new first floor. Constructed from Stepoc hollow blocks with reinforcement they can be installed quickly without the need for shuttering.
Taking apart a house by removing the roof of this house in Crudwell with Jagged Edge Design architects. The proposal is to extend the useable floor space at first floor level by reconfiguring the roof.
Marian has recently completed a Conservation Statement and Historical Report for this property in Stinchcombe, Gloucestershire. Dating from the mid 17th Century, this Grade II* Listed property has been extensively extended and modified since originally constructed. It is now due for further works but prior to this an extensive archive search has allowed the history of the building to be established. This has helped to inform which features are original and which have been added at a later date.
We have been appointed as structural engineers to a Cotswold barn conversion. It is a traditional form of stone walls and with oak framed upper floor and roof structure.
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