The requirements incorporated a large spacious single room /en suite extension above an existing garage with a breakthough and installation of a connecting first-floor passage. An additional four bathroom suites and kitchen were also completely refurbished in the existing property.
This historic building had been extremely neglected over time and had developed serious issues with the ingress of rainwater. The pitch roof and flat roof structures had become dilapidated, requiring remedial joinery, slate and flat roof works on 14 pitch roof elevations and nine flat roof elevations. The stone build fabric was also damaged at various locations includng numerous chimney stacks. Approximately 70 tons of reclaimed West Moorland green roof slate was installed on the pitch roof elevations due to conservation requirements. Various works on the flat roofs were carried out. Internal works also included the removal of asbestos and treatment of wood rot. The programme of works was achieved with overwhelming success.
A detached dwelling with a detached double garage situated on approximately 0.70 acres. The build incoroprates three floors with seven spacious en suite bedroms. The ground floor comprises a lobby, library room, spacious guest room, lounge, dining area, kitchen, utility room and services plant room. The external landscape detail is quite extensive. Moreover, high specification material was used for the project build. The project incorporates three phases. Two phases have been completed.
The spacious dwelling was situated on a 0.75 acre site and was built with three floors comprising a living space of 850m2. It incorporated six large bedrooms with en suites, a sauna/steam room, gym, office, home cinema room, open-plan kitchen/dining area, lounge, guest room, utility and M&E plant rooms. The external area incorporated a large detached double garage and front and rear landscaping with a tennis court.
Internal demolition with complete internal refurbishment of ground floor and basement area, incorporating a new build communal wash block. The entire replacement of mechanical and electrical systems and all the specialist fit-out services were successfully carried out.
This was a fascinating bespoke design and build project for a very meticulous client whose requirement was to achive a solid building appeal with an entrance, reception, lounge, drinks bar, dance floor, kitchen, communal washing and a main hall whilst retaining the original aesthetic ambience of a marquee.The structure was built adjoining the existing upmarket hotel. Extensive landscaping was also carried out.The main light steel structure was built on concrete pad foundations with a raised sub-steel floor structure with timber floors and finishes. All the interior works, incorporating specialised fit-outs - joinery, insulation, drywall partitions, plaster works, painting and decorative works, plumbing, heating, electrical systems, lighting, security systems, fire systems, CCTV and a very high spec music sound system in the ceilings and all the instructed detailed finishes - were installed and accomplished with six hours to spare prior to an exclusive pre-booked event for 380 people.The client had booked the venue prior to the initiation of the construction works. The construction works were delayed by three weeks prior to the start and the Vertex team worked extremely hard to achieve the client's objective.It was a happy ending for the client and the Vertex team.
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