Structural engineering projects whilst under previous employment:
APARTMENT BUILDING, CARBIS BAY, CORNWALL
A flagship 16 unit residential apartment building with tremendous views over St Ives Bay. The large central apartments projecting forward from the main building line incorporates a large steel sway frame for stability.
PRESTIGIOUS PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT, RESTRONGUET, CORNWALL
This striking new build private dwelling on the Harcourt Peninsular includes a roof terrace covering half the footprint of the home plus balconies, a swimming pool and fully open frontage to maximise on the fantastic views over Restronguet Creek
EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS, RESTRONGUET, CORNWALL
This existing building, which was subject to previous extensions and alterations is being extended again by its new owners to achieve a well balanced and beautifully crafted private residence in this spectacular secluded setting overlooking the creek at Restronguet.
POTTERS FIELDS, LONDON BRIDGE, LONDON
Client: Berkeley Homes
Architect: Squire and Partners
Beside the River Thames and adjacent to Tower Bridge, the proposals for this joint venture between Berkeley Homes and Southwark Council include 374 residential apartments, 1,400sq m of commercial and 8,000sq m of arts or cultural use space. At the heart of the site is the 21-storey Campanile tower.
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT, BOILER WORKS ROAD, CAMBORNE, CORNWALL
A new 270 unit development on the outskirts of Camborne includes a mixture of private and affordable housing, commercial units and workshops all centred around new a Village Square and public open space. The development includes five low rise flat blocks formed from a combination of load-bearing masonry and steel frame construction.
WINDSOR QUAYS, WINDSOR, LONDON
Client: Hadley Homes
Architect: Lewandowski Willcox
Striking out against the traditional Windsor backdrop, this contemporary 16 unit residential development below the historic Windsor Castle includes a 3m cantilevered façade hiding private terraces behind and a basement car park adjacent to the River Thames embankment and Eton Bridge.
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