Grove Gardens, Elm

Published on Wednesday 17 June 2020

Our project to erect 27 new dwellings in Elm, for our client Cross Keys, has now had the foundations concreted to the first 10 plots.

The block-work footings have started to the first 3 plots. This leaves the remaining plots which are currently being excavated and the foundations are to be concreted. We are working in time with the programme and the project is to be completed in Autumn 2021

Towngate East

Published on Thursday 11 June 2020

This is a sample of three houses we are building for a client. One x 6bedroom 3 storey house and 2 x 4 bedroom houses. All built to a high standard with high spec kitchens, bathrooms and en-suites. Each property has a detached double garage and will be serviced via a block paved Access Road.

Currently all houses are at final second fix and decorating stage with external works ongoing. Plot 1 has a sale agreed and completion is expected subject to the present situation by the end of August

Piling works complete at Elm

Published on Thursday 4 June 2020

After a challenging few months, our project to design and build 27 new dwellings for Cross Keys Homes is well under way.

The piling works were complete a week and a half ahead of programme in a bid to minimise disruption to the neighbouring properties.

Excavation for the reinforced ground beams has commenced with the below ground masonry due to follow shortly after.

All of the trades are pulling together to meet the clients critical golden brick date of 31st July.

New contract awarded for four bed dwelling in Wothorpe

Published on Wednesday 27 May 2020

Our project to build a contemporary new four bed detached dwelling, is due to have the block and beam ground floor installed in the coming days.

This project is for a private client and is masonry construction with a mix of brickwork, render, oak cladding and standing seam zinc making up the external facade.

Aluminium windows and doors will be installed to complete the finished look before internal works commence later this year.

Northfields Industrial Units.

Published on Tuesday 19 May 2020

We have developed the remaining area of our site and built two blocks each containing four industrial units. Units 1-4  are units of 70m2 each and units 5-9 range from 92m2 to 112m2 each. The units are full clad and insulated to current standards they also offer a small office and wc  together with a warehouse area. Each unit has an electric roller shutter door, three phase electric and all necessary cabling in for fibre broadband. There is generous parking and the Access Road will be fully block paved. The target for completion is June this year.

Harrison Way, St Ives

Published on Friday 15 May 2020

Superstructure steelwork has been erected on our site at Harrison Way, St Ives. We are pleased to see that progress on this site has been maintained during the recent challenges presented to the country and the construction industry. We are now preparing to begin the walls to floor level where a prefabricated beam and block system will be installed. Superstructure walls will be traditional masonry to match the adjacent units on the site. The roof structure forms part of the steel frame construction and therefore is already in place ready for the composite cladding panels to be installed in due course.

External foul and storm drainage has already been installed. Our groundworkers have been working flat out, in line with safe social distancing measures, to ensure that the drainage connections are completed during the lockdown so that neighbouring businesses are not affected by the works once they are able to reopen.

Estimated completion for the works is September 2020.

Plots 7 & 8, Osprey Place close to completion

Published on Monday 11 May 2020

Our contract to built plots 7 & 8, which are part of a wider 32 unit site, have been progressing well despite all of the uncertainty surrounding the industry over the past 6 weeks. We have managed to keep the site open whilst following strict social distancing guidelines set out by the government and construction sector.

Now the scaffolding has been dropped the contrast between red brick, light cladding and dark roof coverings is on display for all to see. The internal finishes are now well underway with the tiling being laid to the wet rooms and kitchens, which were manufactured by the client, now fully installed. External works will now commence with paving slabs to the front and rear of the property and block paved driveways.

Progression of works at St Ives

Published on Friday 1 May 2020

Works are progressing in earnest on our site in St Ives as we are closing in on the contract completion date. 

Second fix works have commenced to two of the 3 blocks with the completion of kitchens, internal doors, stairs and floor coverings. Sanitary ware had been installed to bathrooms and en-suites and the wall and floor tiling has also been completed to these blocks.

External works are also making good progress with the completion of the drainage connection in the road in time for Easter Weekend. Onsite foul and surface water drainage has now been completed. Foundations have been installed for the garden walls with brickwork commencing this week. 

New contract awarded for the Design and Build of 27 dwellings

Published on Monday 6 April 2020

We are pleased to announce we have been awarded a contract to design and build 27 new dwellings for Cross Keys Homes in Elm, near Wisbech. The foundation design for the houses consists of 17m deep pre-cast concrete piles and reinforced concrete ground beams, which will then support a masonry footings and a thermal block and beam floor. From the ground floor upwards the houses will be constructed using pre-fabricated timber frame units with a brickwork external skin in order to reduce time on site and make the construction process more efficient. The houses are due for completion in September 2021.

Roof structure almost complete at Ropsley Village Hall.

Published on Thursday 19 March 2020

With winter becoming a distant memory and an improvement on the weather over the past few weeks, the roof structure is progressing at Ropsley Village Hall. The 13.5m wide roof trusses have been installed and permanently braced as the trades now start the cut roof section of roof structure that will form the vaulted ceiling over the main hall. The entire footprint of the building is currently decked out with either scaffolding or crash deck to provide a safe, working platform for all trades. In a couple of weeks the roof coverings will commence to give some protection against the elements so the internal works can begin.

The contract is still on programme, est completion September 2020.