Stunning holiday home on the South Coast transformed using a revolutionary design after it was ripped in half by a landslide.

When it came to the replacement of a landslide-damaged holiday home on Dorset’s Jurassic coast, future proofing was a key consideration with the new timber framed home designed in a way that ensured it would be protected against future landslides. As part of this long-term view, we provided guidance and advice to ensure this innovative project met its sustainability requirements and was as energy efficient as possible.

Located just three miles north of Cheltenham, Abode by Wimpey Homes enjoys a fantastic setting in the beautiful village of Bishop’s Cleeve in Gloucestershire, which dates back to the 8th century and still features historic buildings and thatched cottages. The new development is a collection of 233 three and four bedroom homes and three apartment blocks at Homelands Farm.

We were commissioned to undertake the thermal modelling and carry out a feasibility assessment of Hauser & Wirth's warehouse near to Salisbury so that the client could use this space to store their clients’ artwork.

Cambridge Avenue is the location for five exceptional four and five bedroomed luxurious townhouses in the leafy suburb of New Malden in Surrey.  Forming part of a crescent, each property is individually designed, and all homes are fitted with the latest technology and PV panels.

Built in 1872, the Jacobean-style Burwalls House in Bristol is set to undergo major redevelopment to create a series of new high-specification residential properties. Appointed at the planning stage, we provided a series of energy assessments to help the complex project receive planning permission and allow construction to begin.

This project encompassed a new basement and wine cellar to a luxury mansion in Scotland. As part of the brief for this project we needed to ensure that the wine cellar maintained a consistent 16°C over the course of the year and humidity below 70.

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