Goodwood, West Sussex

Key Features

  • Demolition of unlisted parts of the building
  • Underpinning and ground works
  • Construction of double storey extension
  • Traditional feature brickwork.

This project was undertaken for a residential client in Goodwood, West Sussex. After the recent purchase of three 16th century cottages, we were invited to commence the building work which would transform the cottages into a four bedroom family home. The delicate nature of the existing buildings and their age added to what was already an exciting project to be involved in. Our use of modern building techniques combined with the use of traditional materials such as flint oak and lime mortars all added to the appeal of the project for our highly skilled tradesmen.

The works compromised of the following:

  • Demolition of unlisted parts of external walls.
  • Removal of all existing oak floors and wall beams.
  • Temporary propping works of remaining walls and chimney.
  • Underpinning of remaining listed external walls.
  • Excavation and casting of foundations and floor slab.
  • Installation of drainage system to klarchester bio tank.
  • Construction of external and internal walls and openings.
  • Construction of oak beam flooring and support beams.
  • Construction of pitched roof and coverings including heritage roof lights.
  • Full mechanical and electrical installation.
  • Installation of insulation dry-lining and plastering.
  • Application of lime render to walls.
  • Underfloor heating installation and commissioning.