OUR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
The Barton Surgery, Dawlish
The project comprised the construction of a Four storey extension to the existing Doctors Surgery.
The works included the creation of 9no. new consulting rooms, a Doctors room, and a disabled WC on the Lower ground and ground floors with the formation of a new Lloyds Pharmacy on the 1st floor with a Staff area and Glazed Conference room on the 2nd floor.
Externally; the construction was made up of block work and coloured Pro-Rend with the higher level constructed of Profile metal cladding with aluminium double glazed windows.
Refurbishment works to the existing Doctors rooms and consulting rooms was negotiated and carried out whilst the main contract works were in progress.
Final project value: £886,000
Client: Barton Surgery
Architect: Kensington Taylor
In 2016 Fifields Construction were awarded a contract by the Chulmleigh Academy Trust for the development of a new single storey classroom block for the Chulmleigh Community College, a mixed secondary school located in Chulmleigh, Devon.
The works comprised the construction of a single storey classroom block and separate WC block with a store room to form a part of the existing college.
The extension was built on concrete foundations with a steel frame construction and a timber roof ply structure with metal pitched roof coverings.
The works were completed in 24 weeks and were carried out both out of term and within term time, requiring clear and careful co-ordination and detailed planning for the delivery of a safe and high quality project within a sensitive and working building.
Final project value: £373,000.00
Client: The Governing Body of Chulmleigh Academy
Architect: Oxenham Consult
In 2015 Fifields Construction delivered a refurbishment project to the University of Exeter located at the Northcote House Finance Office.
The works comprised the demolition of several offices to create one open plan space. Works included the removal of all built in furniture, asbestos clearance works to the head and feet of the walls, the demolition of several stud and blockwork walls and glass fronted cash offices.
The refurbishment works included alterations and installations to the mechanical and electrical services, a new suspended ceiling, new floor coverings, full decoration, new doors, new blinds and new fixtures and fittings. Also included was the construction of a new lobby area and kitchenette for tea making facilities. The works were completed in 12 weeks.
Final project value: £81,348
Client - University of Exeter
Magdalen Road Almshouses
The 1st phase works comprised of the demolition of 4no existing ground floor extensions. Internal refurbishments of the 8no ground floor flats included new secondary double glazing, electrics, plumbing, heating, kitchens and bathrooms. A full internal & external decorations was carried out with new floor coverings throughout. An element of external lime mortar re-pointing and rear garden landscape works. The 2nd phase was a negotiated contract and comprised of converting & Re-modelling the 8no 1st floor flats into 5no 1st floor flats providing 2 bedroom flats and larger living areas. Full refurbishment as phase 1 was included.
Final project value: £998,000.00
Client: Exeter Home Trust
Architect: Russ Palmer
Hunters Lodge, Broadhemptston
The project consists of the reinstatement of a fire damaged, listed thatched, cob cottage including new Oak trusses.
All of the materials are to be consistent with the original in both quality and appearance.
Final project value: £350,000
Surveyors: Forde George Chartered Building Surveyors
Digby Road, Sherborne
Construction of four offices in two linked blocks. The works were carried out adjacent to various exisiting premises and occupied commerical buildings. Through good organisation and careful planning, disruption to these properties was kept to a minimum.
Works included new blockwork, cladding, roofing and mechanical and electrical services.
Final project value: £534,000
Surveyor: Mike Riley Associates
In 2018/2019 we constructed a purpose built restaraunt for Rockfish, an established chain of seafood restaurants based in Devon.
The project comprised the construction of a glass pavilion with a stone central section that rises through the restaurant area and out of the roof.
Fifields Construction were responsible for the construction of the building itself, whilst the internal fit out was completed by independent contractors appointed by the client.
Final project value: £703,000
Surveyor: W.T. Hills Ltd