Tomorrow is the Federation of Master Builder Awards ceremony 2015. We were delighted to be awarded the regional title of the Master Builder Awards for the large renovation category. A testament to the superior craftsmanship backed by professional management which is part of the everyday culture at Sporn Construction. The national winners for each category will be announced at the ceremony along with the overall coveted title of Master Builder of the year. The awards represent a unique nationwide search by the FMB to find the best builders in the UK. Nominations must come from a satisfied client, and builders are judged on their technical ability together with their customer service skills and attention to detail, along with the project’s end result.
Good luck to all the team at Sporn Construction!!!!
Construction continues as programmed. Works involve the complete renovation and extension of this historic property which includes a substantial basement.Structure to basement complete. Masonry works to rear extension nearing completion. Masonry to side extension to 1st floor joists complete. Masonry cleaning to existing house complete. Renovation of existing Sash windows by our in house expert master craftsman 50% complete.
The project involves the extension of Oak House, renovation of existing house and the Little Stables. Structural roofing to extension is now complete. Polyroof coverings to flat commencing.Zinc roof coverings to extension overhang commencing. 1st fix M&E to extension commencing. Alteration works to existing house underway. Works to outbuilding, Little Stables are now complete.
Construction is continuing as programmed on the conversion of the two Victorian terrace properties in to one beautiful home. Installation of the bespoke glazing is underway. First fix M&E is now complete. Specialist lime plastering to external walls is nearing completion. Standard plastering to internal wall & ceilings is also nearing completion. Floor and wall finishes are now commencing.
We are delighted to be regional winners ( Southern Counties) at the Federation of Master Builder Awards 2014.
We were nominated for the award by our clients in relation to their project, Hazel Terrace. The scope of works involved the complete restoration, renovation and extension of the Victorian terrace property in the heart of Oxford. The project also involved an extensive and technically challenging basement. Hazel Terrace is now a beautiful home, which has been featured in a number of magazines, and is a true testament of the good collaborative working relationship between ourselves, our clients and the architects – RIACH Architects Oxford.
Regional winners are currently going through the judging process for the the National Master Builder Awards 2014 which concludes with an award ceremony in February 2014 during which the overall national winners will be announced.
We were delighted to be awarded a certificate at this years prestigious Oxford Preservation Trust Awards 2014. Beech House was one of the winning projects in the Conservation Works category. A highly contended category with a number of outstanding projects. The project involved the complete restoration, refurbishment and extension of a Victorian semi detached property in the heart of Oxford. The success of the project was very much the result of a collaborative working relationship between ourselves, our clients and the architects – RIACH Architects , Oxford in conjunction with Ruggles Mabe Terrell Architecture.