Kenley Lane, Kenley
- Reinforcement of walls using 600mm wide concrete underpinning strips tied into floor
- Tanking works for water pressure
- Balcony with glass railings 2 large skylights
- Designed in house Oak and glass staircase
- Underfloor heating to main house and office building
- Shuco patio and bi-fold doors Flagstone floor capable of being laid inside and out to give seamless floor finish
This project was originally designed by an Architectural practice appointed by the house owner. They achieved Town Planning Consent and were then discharged by the client. This quite often happens when Clients appoint Architects who are have good ideas (sometimes better than mine!) but they don't have the technical knowledge or resources to provide the construction drawings.
So I was appointed to provide the necessary construction and structural details to apply for and achieve Building Regulation Consent and to agree on site with the contractor and Building Control the under pinning type and method that allowed this extension to be formed below the level of the original house foundations.
The drawings shown here are a combination of both mine and the Architects and the photos were taken by the Contractor Barry Howe.