Scurator designed a beam to support a chimney stack in the roof void where it had been removed at ground and first floor level to create a more open plan feel to the building.
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Scurator designed two timber beams in a load bearing timber stud wall at this historical diocese building in York. The client wanted to gain access to two areas of the building that were previously unaccessible.
Design undertaken for 7 steel beams to support a number of first floor walls where openings were made at ground floor level in this two storey detached house. The removal of the ground floor walls created an open plan layout at this level for the client.
Scurator designed a beam to create a new door opening in this art gallery. The beam design was relatively straight forward to assess and is in the process of being installed. Scurator also obtained Planning Permission for the clients other minor alterations to this property.
Designed a complex grid arrangement of steel beams to support the upper floor levels in this part timber and masonry framed two storey house.
Designed 2no beams where walls are to be removed at this historical 3 storey house in Stokesley. Building Regulations Approval has been received and the beams have now been installed by a local builder.
Two storey house – we have just completed designing a grid arrangement of beams to support an extension to the roof and the front elevation.
Two timber beams were designed for a loft conversion at Worton Drive, Darlington. These beams were required to support the roof structure as requested by the building control officer.