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Robsons Mill, Mellis, Suffolk
This mill and warehouse has been converted in to single storey apartments and three storey houses.

ImageThe structure was derelict at the commencement of the project, with no future industrial use possible, therefore the only means of conserving the buildings was to convert these for residential use.

To form the three storey houses, it was necessary to extend into the existing roof of the warehouse. The ends of the trusses had rotted. Rather than replace these trusses, the load paths were changed by the introduction of steel posts. Steel angles were bolted either side of the bottom members on to the support walls. These angles also supported the new second floor structure.

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Super Cycle Hub, Leyton Station
The only two storey Cycle Hub in London.
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Steel portal framed annex building to church
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New House North Tonbridge
New home with:
Partial earth retaining ground floor reinforced concrete structure.
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Starnash Farm Granary Conversion
Conversion of timber frame and brick granary buildings into residential.
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19 Roedean Way, Brighton
This, probably 1960’s house, overlooking the sea to the west of Roedean School, has had little attention in recent years.
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Extension to House in Otford, Kent
Extension to existing house, glazed link and new games room over garages.
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