The design is a primary timber construction featuring a green oak superstructure, timber stud work and a combination of Siberian larch & cedar cladding. The pool building consists of a structural steel frame to provide larger uninterrupted open plan spaces.
Primary activities taking place on site at present are the cedar shingle roof install (pictured), M&E first fix and internal partition install with windows and structural glazing due to commence in the coming weeks. The purbeck stonework, laid by the talented site team at RW Armstrong is nearing completion including the internal atrium within the centre of the house.
This month, we also saw T-Level students from Havant and South Downs College attend a visit with our client advisor David Ayre of Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt, where the students were able to get a brief insight into site life and a tour by the one and only Peter Copeland, our site manager.
Looking forward to the autumn and the building being water-tight with the focus then turning towards the internal finishes and the install of the external cladding.