Superstructures have had a busy summer, working on a wide variety of projects which are either starting, progressing or nearing completion. Here are a few examples….. Hartshall Farm – Seamans Building have made fantastic progress on a large bespoke dwelling in the heart of Suffolk. This project features a reinforced concrete basement and large fully … Continued
Superstructures are excited to see that Morgan Sindall have commenced on site with the construction of a new primary school in Redlodge, Suffolk. Superstructures have been working along side Concertus throughout the design phase to produce an efficient structural design. The structure takes the form of a large two storey steel frame supporting a composite … Continued
Works are progressing very nicely on a private residential swimming pool and kitchen extension on an existing property in the heart of Suffolk. Superstructures worked along side Patrick Allen & Associates to produce this design which includes a complex steel frame to create a fully vaulted roof with large central glazed lantern over the swimming … Continued
Superstructures undertook a structural inspection and provided engineering advice for the construction of a new indoor climbing wall at Birch Hall Adventures in Frinton-On-Sea (www.birchhall.com). The climbing wall is now completed and being enjoyed by the local community. Mark recently had the opportunity to load test the design!!
Works have commenced on site to construct a contemporary dwelling in the heart of Suffolk. Superstructures have been working closely during the design phase with Infinity Architects and its great to now see Seamans Builders making real progress on site. The project has kicked off with the formation of a large basement.
The construction of Superstructures project, Unit 44 & 46 Lady Lane Industrial Estate, commenced in February 2016 and has since continued to progress on site. The client, Challs International, is a leading manufacturer and exporter of domestic cleaning products. Both units are being constructed in close proximity to neighbouring buildings which required careful design of … Continued