Explore some of our recent projects, highlighting our engineering expertise and commitment to excellence.
Former Crouch Yacht Club, Burnham on Sea
The former Crouch Yacht Club, situated on the river at Burnham -on-Crouch, has been converted into a dwelling. The conversion involved considerable structural alterations to both an original 19th Century building and more recent extensions, including the insertion of an exposed steel frame.
Former Bank, Southminster
The former Barclays Bank in Southminster has been converted into a series of flats. A very plain flat roofed extension has been converted into a traditional looking two-storey extension, with a barrel-vaulted section at the rear, and alterations to the original 19th Century section of the building. We carried out foundation and superstructure design work on the extension.
The Bell, Purleigh
The Bell has been an inn since 1635. Recent additions have comprised an extension to form a new kitchen and internal alterations to allow for remodelling sections of the existing kitchen into a proposed store. Pile and beam foundations were used for the extension and a steel portal framed superstructure was employed behind traditional weatherboarded finishes.