This beautiful contemporary new build home features the complexity of modern construction and design.
Young Art Oxford is an annual art exhibition open to all Oxfordshire schools with children from any year between Reception to Year 9. It is a wonderful opportunity for young aspiring artists to have their work judged by well known professionals and artists and to exhibit at the prestigious Ashmolean Museum.
Young Art Oxford is a chance for children, who enjoy art, to help other children of their own age who are suffering from cancer.
The exhibition took place at the Ashmolean Museum with hundreds of children, families and schools attending the three day event. Congratulations to all children who had work exhibited at such amazing venue and indeed to all the winners. We very much appreciated the opportunity to be involved with such a positive event promoting the artistic talents of local children and raising money for such an important cause. We are delighted to have agreed and committed to, working with and sponsoring Young Art Oxford well beyond 2019.
Robin was personally invited to Westminster last week to meet with Government officials along with the Federation of Master Builders to discuss the current economic problems facing the construction industry. Robin raised a number of pertinent concerns the affect of which on future policies we shall wait and see. Robin commented ” I felt honoured to be invited to the meeting and indeed the fact that the government appear to be beginning to recognise the importance of SME’s within the construction industry must spark a glint of hope that due respect and consideration may be awarded to our sector moving forward. Policies are often driven by the needs of the “Top 10″ civil construction companies, this needs to change. ”
Construction continues. First fix M&E underway along with lower ground floor tanking system. Specialist minimal windows to the rear extension have been measured and are on order.
We are absolutely delighted to be a winner in this years Oxfordshire Preservation Trust Awards 2017 in the Building Conservation category. Our winning project “The White House” is an absolutely beautiful property in the centre of Oxford, and as a Georgian property rather unique. The OPT Boards comments on the high quality of the workmanship of our team was very much appreciated. This outstanding achievement is absolutely as a result of the strong team work between all of our staff, our wonderful clients and architects, Nick Turner and Guy Roberts.
Oak House is a Victorian detached property in Central Oxford. The scope of works include the complete renovation of the property, including the structural renovation of the existing basement,and an extension. Structural alterations to the existing house are nearing completion. Super structure works to the new extension are underway with scaffold erected ready for re-roofing to commence. The structural and engineering challenges for this project are high however they form part of the very culture of our company specialising in complex engineering solutions. Decades of experience coupled with the engineering qualifications and background of our Director, ensure the efficient integration of new effective engineering solutions to the historic fabric of the building.
The site is part of the Considerate Construction Scheme.
Hazel House is a Victorian semi-detached property within central Oxford. The scope of works includes the complete renovation and extension of this historic building. Structural alterations and strip out to the existing house are nearing completion and super structure works to the new rear extension due to start shortly. The works involve complex structural challenges, an area in which we are very much specialists as result of our vast experience and indeed the engineering background of our Director Robin Sporn.
The site is registered with,and part of, the Considerate Construction Scheme.