A more than normal amount of forward planning was needed for these three Heritage Community Facilities Buildings in Green Square.
Being heritage, works to the existing structures needed to be exactly to drawings/specifications, any alterations went back to the client and heritage architect. Alterations to the existing roof structure in JACC Building consisted of working with existing hardwood which was an exciting new challenge. We undertook feature timber shells and custom-made timber windows, screen and doors all on day labour.
We worked to completely re build the GIC roof with the steel lads to install trusses, and the entire of the underside clad with A grade birch ply to create an attractive effect overall.
JCS shed roof also needed to be hand cut on site differing falls and pitches while the wall plates rose but ridge stayed the same to give the effect of the roof flattening out. Overall an intensive satisfying job on completion.