Feltham Construction have been awarded the contract for the 73 Dwellings in Oxford, we are extremely pleased to be working alongside Oxford City Housing on this scheme.
The project is spilt into 3 sections of works:
Section 1 – Cumberledge Close: Works at Cumberledge Close will comprise of the design and construction of nine, three storey houses, together with associated drainage and external works. All houses on this site will be for social rent.
Section 2 – Elsfield Hall: On this site will be the design and construction of 26 residential apartments, in a three storey block, as well as communal areas. All units are to be a mix of social rent, shared ownership and private sales. This scheme also involves the construction of a new site entrance, car parking and security fencing.
Section 3 – Between Towns Road: This site will provide 35 residential apartments, in a five storey block, including communal areas, in additional this scheme also includes the construction on three, three storey houses. All units on site are to be a mix of social rent, shared ownership and private sale. Off site works includes paving and landscaping works to site entrance and footpaths to Between Towns Road.
We are pleased to announce we have been awarded the contract for the new, two storey Science Block at Lord Wandsworth College in Hook.
Feltham Construction are looking forward to working with the College on this project.
This scheme at Charterhouse School is to deliver two high quality Boarding Houses to accommodate 128 students, for their growing School community.
The Boarding Houses will provide a combination of single, twins and quad room accompanied by en-suite and shared bathroom facilities.
Accommodation for the House Master, Matron and Tutors will also be delivered. as well as ancillary areas, including communal common rooms, fully equipped laundry areas, a matron surgery, plus kit and boot rooms, providing the highest standard of care for the pupils and staff.
Each Boarding Houses will provide 1,973M2 of living space.
All services and external works are included.
Foxhills Country Club is a 19th Century Manor House, located in the scenic areas of Ottershaw, Surrey.
Foxhills provides 2 champion golf courses, alongside 4 squash courts and swimming pools. The Manor can accommodate a very large number of guests, with their 70 bedrooms and 3 restaurants, with a luxurious award winning spa and health club.
Feltham Construction are currently on site and have been contracted to deliver a new family building at the club. The family building will comprise of a creche and soft play area for infants and young children, a deli and kitchen will be provided, as well as an additional lobby to accommodate a further number of guests. Another swimming pool is to be constructed, with associated viewing areas and changing facilities, all these amenities are to be on the ground floor.
The first floor will house a fitness studio and Children’s exercise areas.
The project is due for completion December 2020.
Rose Hill is a residential area situated in Oxford. The road is part of a historic route from Oxford to London via Henley, running parallel to the river Isis (Thames).
The project at Rose Hill comprised the design and build of 43 affordable apartments and includes enhanced environmental features that were demanded by Building Regulations such as additional renewables and improved fabric U-values to meet the Clients criteria.
The development consisted of two separate 3-storey blocks providing a mix of 1 and 2 bedroom flats. 25 of these dwellings will be for shared ownership at Desborough Crescent and the remaining 18 for social rent at Ashurst Way.
The new homes are due for completion in Spring/Summer 2021.
The Tiffin School is a boys’ grammar school founded in 1880 and is located in Kingston-upon-Thames, England.
This project delivered a 2-storey extension to the existing school sports hall, with minor alterations and refurbishment works of the existing changing areas. This involved the upgrading of mechanical and electrical services in addition to the demolition of the single storey out-buildings, as well as the diversion of existing external services and the provision of all associated external works.
The new extension is designed to reflect the existing half of the building, previously constructed, which was to provide five new additional classrooms, as well as a new commercial School kitchen, servery, dining hall for the staff and pupils.