Launceston, Cornwall – October 2017
This bungalow threw up some challenges due to its access and location, however we were able to overcome these issues based on our experience and skill, and completed in just over a week.
Lower Godney, Somerset – September 2017
A large complex four-bedroom house with a two storey garage set on the Somerset levels in sight of Glastonbury Tor.
Totterdown / Bradley Stoke, Bristol – August 2017
These two end of terrace houses on small plots with tight access, were up and completed within five days each, and three months later have both been rented out.
Bideford, Devon – July 2017
New extension attached to a 300-year-old cob walled cottage.
Ringwood, Hampshire – May 2017
This large 360 metre squared barn conversion is set in leafy Hampshire. This was the first outing for the SIP Hus drone. See the footage for speed of build.
Launceston, Cornwall – April 2017
A contemporary single storey building, incorporating a large overhanging roof, creating a complex and stunning build. The clients, Tiny Tots nursery, had a six month build programme. We completed the structural shell in under four weeks helping them to achieve their goal.
Victoria Street, Bristol – December 2016
This build in a challenging location on top of a six-storey converted office block consisted of five luxury flats.
Charterhouse, Mendip Hills – September 2016
A farm managers house for the Yeo Valley company. This was a three-bed detached house that was constructed in nine days.
Chepstow, Herefordshire – July 2016
A delightful dormer bungalow tucked away overlooking the racecourse. With a footprint of 100 metre squared, this build was completed within eight days.
Shaftesbury, Dorset – June 2016
This detached two storey garage took three days to install, and offers the client a potential annex to their property.
Woodland Grove, Bath – April 2016
In the Claverton area of Bath these two 3 storey properties will be clad in a combination of Bath stone, Ashlar and render. On a tight site the challenge was to bring both properties up together with minimal disruption to the neighbouring properties in this quiet cul de sac.
The structural shell utilised the Kingspan TEK 142mm panel system for walls and roof.
With a four man team Sip Hus completed both properties in just over five weeks.
Butcombe, Somerset – January 2016
This project posed an interesting challenge. Whilst seemingly straight forward in its design the concept was to convert an existing agricultural barn into a stunning detached property. With the constraints imposed by the planning conditions it meant interweaving the sip panel between the existing steel structure. Timber wind frames were introduced to create the three large apertures that dominate the open plan first floor. With high spec glazing cedar cladding and rolled metal standing seam roof the property sits comfortably within its rural setting and maximises the impressive views across the Mendips.
The structural shell utilised the Kingspan TEK 172mm panel system for walls and roof and was completed in just under four weeks.
The nature of this project is something that is growing in popularity as a way of expanding living areas within an existing property.
The brief was to remove the existing roof of the bungalow and using SIP create a room in the roof. By adding short walls front and rear and slightly reducing the roof pitch we were able to increase the first floor area to almost that of the ground floor, in effect doubling the size of the clients house.
The structural shell utilised the Kingspan TEK 142mm panel system for walls and roof and was completed in three weeks.