Structural strengthening is the process of upgrading structures to improve performance under existing loads or to increase the strength of structural members to carry additional loads. The need for structural strengthening is commonly driven by building codes, deterioration, change in use, or deficiencies caused by design and/or construction errors.
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Rowallane House restoration
Client Name: Location:Saintfield, Co Down Architect:Chris McCollum Building Conservation Surveyor Project Details: Client Name:National Trust Overview of the Project:The National Trust attraction has undergone internal alterations and visitors can now enjoy new enhanced facilities. Alterations included the formation of structural openings to the ground floor to provide a new café, shop and interpretation area. The… Continue reading Rowallane House restoration
Castle Upton Refurbishment
Project Details: Client Name:Mr Danny Kinahan Location:Castle Upton, Templepatrick Architect:Alan Cook Architect6 Main StreetCrawfordsburnBT19 1JE Overview of the Project:This project involved the full refurbishment of the 19th Century, Grade 1 Castle. This visitor attraction and family home required specialist contractors to carry out restoration works using traditional building techniques to conserve the the castle. The… Continue reading Castle Upton Refurbishment