Pump House, Barry
Conversion of Grade ll listed former hydraulic pump house into leisure and
commercial usage and living/work units. It consists of a new steel frame that
incorporates the original features such as the roof trusses to preserve its character.
The development also includes and update to general structural deficiencies and
and aesthetic finishes. This project is the winner of the LABC award for Best
Change of Use or Conversion.
Tramshed, Embankment, Cardiff
Conversion of Grade ll listed former tram depot into leisure and
commercial usage and living/work units. It consists of a independent steel frame
surrounded by an acoustic box which houses a 1,000 capacity music venue. It also
incorporates some original features such as the roof trusses. The development also
includes a new steel frame that makes up the living/working areas.
Albert Road, Methodist Church
Structural design services were provided for the conversion of Albert road methodist
church into eight luxury apartments. The homes were built using modern
techniques. While retaining many of the churches beautiful features, including
the original rafters and coveing as well as the bell tower, which house a wine
cellar and rooftop terrace.
School to Residential Conversion, Pontypridd
Conversion of three blocks of the former Coed-Y-Lan school into apartments, along
with the construction of external retaining walls and associated parking on the
steeply sloping site. Including upgrading the existing access to adoptable standards
and upgrading the culvert to the existing watercourse. Photograph courtesy of
Patti Pavilion, Swansea
The iconic Grade ll listed Patti Pavilion in Swansea underwent a £2 million
refurbishment in 2008. Working in conjunction with a local development we made
intensive structural alterations, added a fully glazed extension to the gable
elevation and a new roof terrace.