An update from projects on site.

We’ve been supporting our clients while their homes are undergoing construction. Here’s an update from our projects that are currently on site.

Heath Lawn

Our transformational extension and remodel project in Wakefield with HEM Architects is just about complete Barring a few finishing touches. They now have a wonderful space for entertaining in their home.

Our 3D model of the structure allowed the client to see how the design interacted with the architecture and existing structure to ensure there were no setbacks later in the process.

We supported the client and the design team during the construction, ensuring the project ran as smoothly as possible while on site.


This extension and remodel project that we’re working on with CE+CA presented a few challenges after some of unforeseen issues cropped up on site. Whilst a few hiccups along the way halted progress, it’s great to now see the light at the end of the tunnel for this one

We’ve been out to site to inspect the Inner courtyard balustrade framing and had a glimpse of the recently installed Douglas fir beams which will look fantastic when exposed in the extension.


The extension, remodel & retrofit project with HEM Architects has just got underway. We recently completed our first construction site visit to inspect the foundations and review site progress.

The strip out has started, new pergola has been installed and the foundations have been laid for the new double height entrance hall, which will be a fantastic addition to the home.


We’re excited to see our clients self build project in Clowne coming together nicely.

Croft Design Collective have designed the house to be built to the Passivhaus standard which is a straw bale and SIP’s construction.

We’ve helped the client and builder to iron out some of the details while they’re on site and the house is now almost complete.


Having recently completed the design for this retrofit and remodel project with HEM Architects, we’re due to commence our stage 5 site service in May.

The project is a complete overhaul of a tired 1960’s bungalow with a focus on thermal improvements. Careful structural detailing was a key consideration of the design to ensure the structure is going to be thermal bridge free.

We’re looking forward to sharing more updates in the coming months once the construction is underway.