Here you can find details of various project we have undertaken, from single storey kitchen extensions to £1m new build churches and gym extensions. Every project is treated with the same level of care and attention to detail.
SERVICES we offer
We offer a complete planning and design service, which can take your project from concept to completion. The generel design process is covered in greater detail on its seperate page , this gives a basic overall of the stages required to be completed prior to works commencing on site. Our works can be tailered to suit your requirements, be that a simple plan layout drawing to better illustrate a proposal to a full building regulations working drawing suitable for construction purposes. Are portfolio is wide and vaired meaing we have a good knowledge base and understanding of most clients needs and wants.
Services we offer include:
Full measured survey
Satellite topographical surveys,
As existing plans drawn
Planning issue drawings
Concept design and feasibility stuides
Building Control issue drawings for construction purposes
Project management acting as project administrator
2d CAD drafting, 3d CAD drafting on request
We also have a network industry professionals that we can call on as and when required for a specific project, including:
Coal mining reports & risk assessments.
Phase 1 and intrusive ground reports
Drainage engineers & flood risk assessments
Arboricultural (tree) surveys
What is an Architectural Technologist?
Chartered Architectural Technologists specialise in the application of building science and technology to architectural and construction projects. They are recognised as having specialist skills enabling them to manage the design process and use their technical knowledge and expertise to provide innovative solutions. They are qualified to lead a project from inception to completion. They specialise in the technology of architecture, focusing on the design of buildings for use and performance. (CIAT, MCIAT). For more information on the CIAT please visit the body website www.ciat.org.uk