Client: Private Client
Location: Crouch Hill, Haringey
Scope: Turn Key house build
Contract Value: £360,000
Winner - Haringey Design Awards 2012 - Best Home
Rocklawn built an award winning contemporary courtyard house on a tricky infill site, reducing its overall height by creating a basement. The house is set directly off the pavement, the rooms are arranged around a glazed courtyard to bring natural light into the property, while
minimising windows onto the road and creating privacy for the family.
The main open plan living space, a study and the principal bedroom with en suite have been positioned on the ground floor, with a basement containing the family bathroom, a utility and two bedrooms looking out on to a sunken lightwell.
This complete new build won 'Best Home' in the Haringey Design Awards 2012, a proud achievement by all at Rocklawn Construction.
Client: Private Client
Scope: Turn Key House Build
Contract Value: £365,000
Another example of turning derelict land into a home. The site was
occupied by abandoned garages that had become an eyesore and cause for concern by the local residents. Then a young couple decided that this was their chance; after hearing about Rocklawn building the house at Fairfield Road, they contacted us to see if we could help. After a series of meetings to review the design and value engineer the scheme we managed to turn this eyesore into a warm 3 bedroom home.
Client: Galliard Homes
Location: Waltham Forest
Scope: Supply & Fix Hard Landscaping
Contract Value: £299,200
One of our larger hard landscaping projects incorporated a number of different elements, including:
-Porous resin bound surfacing
-Raised & stepped planters
This project was won on the back of the hard work of our BWIC division were initially contracted by Galliards to undertake internal builders works.
Client: Collins Contractors
Location: East London
Scope: Supply & Fix Groundworks Package
Contract Value: £15,200
We were called upon to hand excavate and pour new mass pad foundations for a new steel frame walkway to be erected to the rear of an existing block of flats. These foundations encroached the the rear entrances to the street level shops, meaning planning, timing and communication were key to this project working.