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Community and Leisure  

Refurbishment of the historic Parish Rooms 

 
We undertook a full refurbishment of the historic Street Parish Rooms and Library in Street. We added a much needed lift to the building and re-pointed the whole bulding. This was a great project undertaken within our own local community. 
 
Client: Street Parish Council  
Architect: Orme 
Value: £177,000 
 
 
"Sorted out issues and carried out works to high standard 5* Excellent" Street Parish Council 

Internal alterations and refurbishment and an extension to a fitness centre  

The project included internal and external alterations and refurbishment to the current building. Elements of the original building was handed over in phases, for example the state of the art spin room, newly created offices and refurbished reception. The project also included the construction of a large new single story extension. This created numerous large workout spaces and was fitted with state of the art lighting, heating and ventilation systems, as well as specialist flooring, suspended ceilings and sound insulation, this connected seamlessly with the original building. 
 
Client: Kings Fitness and Leisure 
Architect: LED Architects 
Value: £609,000 
 
 
“Worked well in a live site. Managing to work with Customers and staff. Kept the public areas neat and tidy 5*” Kings Fitness & Leisure 
 

Dogs and Cats Re-homing Centre  

This project included a main building which compromised of offices and a reception area, as well as a veterinary clinic, meeting, staff, and interview rooms, this building also included a staff flat. Outside kennels were created around a central courtyard and these were connected via a linked roofing system. 
 
Client: RSPCA South Cotswolds 
Architect: Michell Taylor Workshop 
Value: £2,220,140 
 
 
 

Rangers Centre in Yeovil  

 
This was a community project for Nine Springs Park in Yeovil. This single storey building replaces a container the park rangers had to use, but this building does not just accommodate the rangers’ requirements. The project included a much-needed public toilets, and a coffee shop. 
 
Client: South Somerset District Council 
Architect: Nicola Drew 
Value: £288,919 
 
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