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Falmouth

Project Title – Falmouth

Project Date – February 2012

We were approached and asked to quote for the works up to a certain stage on this project, including foundations, the floor slab and ground works, we constructed the timber frame, roof, windows and doors, including render finish and cladding and balcony to the first floor at the rear.

We started at the beginning of February 2012 and were completed by the last week in June 2012.

Mylor Bridge

Project Title – Mylor Bridge

Project Date – July 2012

We were approached by CSA Architects of Truro to quote and design for a curved roof frame with a U value of 0.12 W/mk2 for a commercial building.

After completing the frame we were asked by the client, Andy Goodman of Heath House Business Services, if we would complete the remaining construction work, which included all window fitting, cladding, balconies, plaster board and plastering and second fix carpentry.

The time scale for construction of the timber frame including the insulation was for a period of 6 weeks.

The contract works were started end of February 2012 and construction was fully completed by the last week in July 2012.

Perranwell Station

Project Title – Perranwell Station

Project Date – July 2012

Fast becoming a speciality of ours. On Site Framing has become very experienced in the conversion of single storey into two storey dwellings.

We built the new frame over the top of the existing roof which was then removed, after the felt and batten were installed, keeping the shell water tight, this method of construction saved the costs of covered in scaffolding this allowed the client to reduce the overall cost of the project.

We were asked to provide a water tight package on this contact which included Cladding, windows and temporary roof covers.

We started this project in the last week of May 2012 and the works were completed by the last week in July 2012.

Trevellas

Project Title – Trevellas

Project Date – January 2012

For this exciting and very bespoke project we were asked by our clients Michelle and Alan Williams to design and produce a very different timber frame option.

They wanted to have the look of an Oak built frame without having the consideration of movement taking place. This method saved the clients from having to use two separate companies during the build.

We designed a standard frame with a U value of 0.19 W/mk2 and installed a hand cut oak frame internally once the timber frame was complete. This gave the flexibility of placing the oak A frames where the client wanted rather than having to consider structural requirements.

All the oak joints were hand crafted On Site giving this frame a very bespoke look and overall cutting the project costs considerably, but still giving the look of an Oak structural frame. Please contact us for more information on this build method.

We also installed all of the facia boards and cladding on this self build.

We started this timber frame in October 2011 and the works were completed by the end of January 2012.