An exciting and challenging project to convert a vacant stone built church into a residential dwelling capable of achieving performance levels for many of its elements in excess of current minimum standards.
There were a number of sensitive structural works required to stabilise features within the building, none more challenging than the underpinning of a pier adjacent to the main altar.
New stone built structures required a higher degree of skill to ensure sensitive integration with the existing fabric. Materials sourced locally contributed to this important process.
- ARCHITECT Gibson Architectural
- ENGINEER Shepherd Gilmour
- CONTRACT PERIOD 38 weeks starting 23/7/12 and completed 25/4/2013