Thorpe House School progressing on site December, 2019 The new Multi Purpose Hall along with new classrooms, changing facility and office is progressing well on site. Timber cladding is now being installed with, completion and handover expected February 2020
Waterside Quarter site progress December, 2019 Concrete frame progress on our Waterside Quarter project in Maidenhead.
St Marys School new classroom building complete and occupied October, 2018 The new 3 storey classroom building for St. Marys Private School in Gerrards Cross is now complete and handed over to the client. This new building creates a strong courtyard frontage to the school, blending historic with contemporary and further enhancing the already strong brand of the school.
St. Marys School classroom building progressing on site May, 2018 The new 3 storey classroom building is progressing well on site. The use of SIPS panels means the building form is emerging at a fast pace on this tight timescaled project.
Castleview School shortlisted in Design Awards August, 2017 Our Castleview School project has been shortlisted as one of top 10 designs in the 2019 Design Awards.
Burnham Park features in Guardian article August, 2016 Our brief was to design and manage the construction of a replacement Community Centre for Burnham Parish Council. the new building provides a flexible, multi-functional and environmentally friendly space with high quality facilities for the community, council officers and local businesses. Set in a conservation area and in the green belt, on a very prominent village green site, we were restricted to the floor area and height of the original building. A highly efficient use of space was required to achieve both the client’s objectives and planning consent. The design also needed to minimise future running costs and support the Council’s environmental credentials and DDA commitment. The finished building enhances its conservation surroundings blending timber and brick to create open, airy spaces. Sustainability features are achieved with full height glazing and roof lights to maximise daylight within the building, while ground source energy provides the building’s heating and cooling requirements.