NEW DWELLING – A.O.N.B

Stanley Partnership Architects visited their Clients site in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire site and photographed the progress made by the Client/Contractor for their new dwelling. The Building is going up at a rapid rate, with the block work and timber roof structure being complete. The stone work is patiently being laid, next will be the feature brick and Aluminium glazing. The polymeric roofing membrane is being applied to create a weatherproof layer. The plot is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

VARIOUS EXTENSIONS & REFURBISHMENT – Site Progress

Stanley Partnership Architects visited their Clients home in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire and photographed the progress made by the Contractor (W & L Building Services). The temporary scaffold roof has been dropped and in the coming weeks the new roof structure will be finished with a new slate finish and metal rainwater gear. New windows have been installed to make the building water tight. The first fix has been completed and the rooms plastered ready for painting and second fix.

VARIOUS EXTENSIONS & ALTERATIONS – Site Progress

Stanley Partnership Architects visited their Clients site in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire and photographed the progress made by the Contractor (W & L Building Services). The Building is fully weather tight, first fix completed and most areas have been plaster boarded and skimmed. The existing stair and floor make up removed, ready for the new floor build up to include under floor heating and a new open tread oak staircase.

VARIOUS EXTENSIONS – Site Progress

Stanley Partnership Architects visited their Clients site in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire and photographed the progress made by the Contractor (W & L Building Services). The timber framing has been finished and the roofing membrane applied. Q & M zinc have almost completed the Anthracite standing seam zinc finish and looks stunning. The underfloor heating and screed have been installed and the windows are next to complete the weather proof envelope. The front porch has been constructed and next will get the flat roof finish and timber cladding.

VARIOUS EXTENSIONS & REFURBISHMENT – Site Progress

Stanley Partnership Architects visited their Clients home in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire and photographed the progress made by the Contractor (W & L Building Services). The scaffolding erected still envelopes the site whilst the contractor has stripped the entire roof and the remaining internal structure necessary. In the coming weeks the new roof structure will be built and battened and a new slate finish adorned, then the new render coat and windows.

NEW DWELLING – A.O.N.B

Stanley Partnership Architects visited their Clients site in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire site and photographed the progress made by the Client/Contractor for their new dwelling. The Foundations and Block & beam floors for the ground level are in place for this great new dwelling, located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

VARIOUS EXTENSIONS & REFURBISHMENT – Site Progress

Stanley Partnership Architects visited their Clients home in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire site and photographed the progress made by the Contractor (W & L Building Services. The Foundations and Block work walls have been erected and steels for first floor structure located in for scaffolding contractor to enclose the site, both vertically and horizontally. The existing building is being stripped of the existing render.

VARIOUS EXTENSIONS – Site Progress

Stanley Partnership Architects visited their Clients plot in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire site and photographed the progress made by the Contractor (W & L Building Services. The Block work and insulated timber walls have been erected and projected bay window installed. The timber roof and first floor pod constructed in preparation for the roofing contractor.

VARIOUS EXTENSIONS – Site Progress

Stanley Partnership Architects visited their Clients plot in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire site and photographed the progress made by the Contractor (W & L Building Services. The foundations have been dug/poured and the ground floor block and beam construction of the new rear extension are in place