We were approached by two brothers with a plan to relocate with their families to a North Yorkshire village. We initially provided a structural survey of a number of derelict barns at the site. We worked alongside London based Architect, Thomas and Spiers, who carried out preliminary planning designs. Maltech assessed material weights and other significant loads and advised on preliminary structural arrangement, construction materials and techniques.

The Architect submitted the Planning Application to the Local Authority and the Client was given the green light to proceed.  Throughout the project we liaised with the Architect regarding detail design. We advised on and engaged a ground investigation Company. A site investigation report was produced, the results of which were interpreted to achieve an economical foundation solution. Maltech carried out detailed design and produced construction drawings.  Structural calculations and drawings created by maltech were submitted to the building/approved inspector. With our 30+ years of experience in the field were were able to advise on possible local contractors, groundwork companies and steelwork fabricators to carry out the work. During the construction we assisted the Contractor with health and safety requirements, monitored the build during construction and gave advise on and responded to site queries.

The conversion is presently nearing completion and we hope to to show the finished project in the coming months.