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Refurbishment

Refurbishment Projects

W. Stirland has significant experience in the the refubishing of buildings both listed and not.

The Case Studies below give an illustration of the types of projects the company has most recently carried out.

West Lavant Barns

West Lavant Barns comprises 3 three-bedroom and 1 four-bedroom high quality barn conversions in the hamlet of West Lavant, north of Chichester. In addition there are four cottages for holiday lets. The barns date from the early part of the 19th century and until recently were used as farm buildings.... Continue Reading »

The South Downs Centre and Hall

The South Downs National Park Authority appointed W. Stirland to convert the grade II listed Capron House into the Authority's headquarters office building and community hub which is now known as the South Downs Centre.   Continue Reading »

Woodlands Meed College

The project was carried out in three phases, and involved the complete refurbishment of the 1500m² school including complex needs pastoral and high dependency units. The building has been constructed of structural timber posts with insulated timber infill panels; externally the building has Trespa rain screen cladding with Fermacell internal lining. Continue Reading »

Worthing Ophthalmic Centre

The works comprised of the clearing and stripping out  the site including the demolition of the existing portacabin followed by the extension, alteration, refurbishment and repair works to the existing building including the installation of additional floors to form the new Ophthalmic Centre and associated operating theatres.   Continue Reading »

40 North Street

W Stirland Ltd were responsible for the refurbishment and extension to the building at 40 North Street, Chichester. the project comprised of two stages of work, which ran concurrently. Structural alterations within the existing building were carried out along with work externally and to the existing roof. New incoming mains... Continue Reading »

Albany Villas

The works involved the major structural repair and restoration of a dilapidated, three-storey, mid 19th century residential property and its conversion to provide 24 one and two bedroom apartments. This required the extension of the existing building on the second floor to incorporate the extra space. In addition... Continue Reading »

Blackbrook House

The works entailed re-roofing, structural works, new mechanical and electrical installations, the renovation of decorative mouldings and cornice works, external façade repairs, structural works and redecorations.   Continue Reading »

East Pallant House

The company have carried out a number of commercial projects at the council’s head office in Chichester over a five year period , these included: · The £2m construction of a new 2000m² high quality extension · The £1.9m construction of a new 900m² reception area and offices · The £900k refurbishment of the planning,... Continue Reading »

The Butter Market

The work comprised alterations and refurbishment to the existing listed building together with a new extension to the rear and new roof lights into the existing roof structure. We also provided new finishings, shop fronts and services to internal retail units and circulation areas. A new 4-person scenic lift... Continue Reading »

Northleigh House

The refurbishment of this city centre office building comprised full refurbishment over all three floors including the installation of a complex chilled beam cooling system, raised access floor, new air conditioning plant along with a new electrical data installation. Continue Reading »

Fishbourne Roman Palace

A highly complex project entailing the complete refurbishment of the 1960’s exhibition hall housing the irreplaceable mosaics that frame the floor of the Roman Palace. We were responsible for the design of the scaffold system what was suspended over the mosaics and devising protection measures to prevent damage to the tiles. Continue Reading »

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