Our client had been through a planning and architectural process prior to engaging with us, so they already had some solid plans in place and an excellent idea of what they wanted to achieve. However, some alterations were required to the planned roof structure in order to maximise space – working with the client and a structural engineer, we advised the best way this could be accomplished. It’s not uncommon for plans to change once building work has begun and we take pride in working fluidly with our clients to ensure we can always find the right solution.
We particularly enjoyed constructing the double-height oak-framed entrance as this has completely changed the property’s appearance. Being a slightly unusual aspect of construction, it also gave us an opportunity to think creatively on how we could best achieve what the client wanted to do. The rear ground floor extension has an angled design with triple facias and soffits, finished in a clean off-white render which is contrasted by the red and brown tiles on the newly constructed dormers and roof respectively.
With many different aspects to this build across the property, we sub-contracted/worked collaboratively alongside our trusted team of electricians, roofers, scaffolders and plumbers to support the project and ensure the work could be carried out as efficiently as possible.