Alliance Building Co Ltd
Alliance Building Company are an experienced and professional building company established for twenty-five years belonging to the FMB and also FENSA registered to cover window and door installations.
We operate in the following sectors; residential new build, general building, renovation, refurbishment and conversion, structural repairs, listed and historical buildings, commercial building, low carbon retrofitting, conservatories and windows for both commercial and residential clients. we are conversant to working with the code for sustainable homes and committed to achieving compliance to these regulations.
Alliance are a small family business, professionally managed with a mission to deliver high quality projects on time, within budget ensuring complete customer satisfaction.
Canterbury Conservatory Extension
Canterbury Conservatory Extension
New Build Pair of Semis
New build semi detached dwellings.
4 Town Houses, New Build
New build terrace 4 town houses for property developer.
New build house for a private client.
Sutton new build
New build house for private client.
Stone Street, Westenhanger new build
New build house in Westenhanger for private client.
HOME MEADOW BARNS
This project involved the renovation and conversion of dilapidated 15th century barn and farm buildings into a five bedroom residential dwelling.
The existing buildings and barn had to be underpinned with a structural floor slab on reinforced cantilever beams supported by tension and compression piles, prior to work on the main structure taking place. The stable block and barn were linked by a new single storey structure housing the contemporary kitchen. The stable block provided the bedrooms and family areas on two floors with an oriel window providing light to the impressive dog leg timber staircase.
Dormers were added to provide light to the 1st floor stable bedrooms.
The barn timbers were shot blasted and treated before being weather -boarded externally and left exposed internally. Two new brick built chimney breasts were built to provide open fires to both the dining and lounge areas with the entrance hall sitting between these two rooms. The roof structure was left exposed throughout to highlight the timbers and detailing. There is an oak framed, floor to eaves, glazed screen to the front entrance giving an impressive look to this facade.
This scheme designed by Ashenden–Bax Architects is a contemporary code 3 building providing 450m2 of living accommodation below gently curving roofs, flanking a central octagon structure that provides a commanding focal point for the whole project.
The site was a gently sloping piece of land for which we had to cut and fill to provide the level site from which the main structure and the lower level garage could be constructed. Temporary site roads had to be laid and maintained due to the in-accessability of the site.
The structural steel and blockwork structure is clad in western red cedar with white self coloured render to the ground floor and octagon. Fenestration is RAL coloured aluminium. The curved roofs were constructed from curved steel beams and decking covered with cefil flexible synthetic membrane mechanically fixed to insulation board.
We also constructed the garage building. This two storey structures transforms to a single storey structure and is connected to the existing house via a glazed link and contains a den area to the first floor which is accessed via a separate staircase.
The project has been finished to a high specification with oak flooring throughout and glass balustrading to the octagon walkway and stairwell. The staircase itself is contemporary open riser structural steel with oak treads winding up to first floor level.
The house is underfloor heated throughout powered by air source heat pump, Electric supply is generated in part by photo-voltaic panels which will generate much of the electricity needed to run the dwelling.
Externally the house has a rainwater harvesting system used to supply the utility room water and toilet cisterns. There is a Klargester bio-dic sewerage treatment system, together with a new six metere deep soakaway built to accommodate clean treated waste and to service all rainwater overflow requirements.
This is a superb building and indeed a grand design.
- Has a minimum of twelve months trading
- Have provided a professional reference
- Have passed credit checks, public record and director checks
- Verified no un-discharged bankruptcies or relevant and outstanding County Court Judgments
- Has Public and Employer (if applicable) Liability Insurance
- VAT registration (if applicable)
- Confirmation of business address/details
- Alliance Building Co Ltd has agreed to abide by the FMB Disputes Resolution and Complaints Procedures
- Has signed up to the FMB Code of Practice
- Can offer the suite of Build Assure warranty products for the domestic and commercial markets (contact the Build Assure office for rates)