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Civil & Infrastructure
New treatment works for Wessex Water.
Designed to replicate a stone barn, the steel framed building on piled foundations is clad with a blockwork cavity wall with a natural stone facing and bespoke oak doors beneath a roof of Cotswold slabs over a profiled metal underlay.
Sewage treatment for Sanders Garden World, Brent Knoll.
To improve the sewage disposal system at Sanders Garden World a 39,000 litre proprietary GRP tank was installed below ground at the site. Robust temporary works were required to maintain an open excavation within the upper layers of the soft alluvium deposits in the area and the tank was provided with sufficient concrete encasement to resist buoyancy when empty and a flanged top to prevent sinking when full.
New entrance to housing estate, Taunton.
Section 106 of the planning agreement to develop land for housing in Taunton required the developer to upgrade sections of the existing public highway in the vicinity of the development. DEA were employed to produce construction details for a new bellmouth entrance to the site, new bus laybys, new toucan crossing and new links to the existing cycle network. Within the site itself DEA detailed the new roads and sewers to serve the development, which have now been adopted by the relevant authorities.
Monkton Elm Garden Centre.
Monkton Elm Garden Centre Glulam timber portal frames achieved the natural effect that was desired for this Taunton Garden Centre. As well as the building structure David Edwards Associates also designed external works and drainage.
The Rotunda, Weston Super Mare.
The Rotunda, Weston Super Mare.
Tutto restaurant situated in Pier square on Weston-Super-Mare sea front. A circular glulam structure with steel mezzanine and balcony. Stunning view & food in this new £1.8 million restaurant
Interpretation centre, Wessex Water.
This glulam timber framed building was constructed with sustainable building materials wherever possible and utilised recycled aggregates as well as wall insulation made from recycled paper.
Steel Frame & Warehouse
Avonmouth Refuse Transfer Station.
This steel portal framed structure is supported on piled foundations. A high strength 90N concrete was used for the suspended ground floor slab and high perimeter retaining walls to resist abrasion caused by the use of the loading shovel.
Warren Farm Reception Area.
New steel framed reception building with office accomodation for the sucessful Warren Farm Caravan Park in Brean.
Easyfit, Winterstoke Road, Weston Super Mare.
This steel framed building incorporates a two storey glazed screen to display an actual size replica of a formula one racing car that hangs from the structure. Despite most buildings in this part of Weston-Super-Mare being constructed off piled foundations, a flexible reinforced concrete raft foundation proved most cost effective in this instance.
Office & Commercial
New offices for Voodoo Design, Almondsbury.
These modern looking offices are actually the result of a major refurbishment to a formerly dilapidated building. A new steel framed and glazed second floor level was added together with major internal structural alterations.
Alpha House, Weston Super Mare.
This three storey new build office building in Weston-Super-Mare comprises a steel frame with composite steel / concrete floors, supported off reinforced concrete ground beams and piles. A SUDS drainage system was adopted which attenuated surface water to prevent overloading existing sewers.
New offices, Thornbury.
These bespoke offices comprise steel framed construction with traditional foundations and groundbearing slabs. David Edwards Associates also designed external works including access road, drainage and retaining walls.
New Build - Portishead.
Bespoke dwellling designed & constructed in load bearing masonary with steel frame elements to provide an open aspect to views of the Bristol Chanel.
High spec new build - Cadbury Camp.
David Edwards Associates were project engineers in ths local new build.The exposed structural glulam framing is utilised to stunning effect.
Feature staircase as part of a refurbishment project.
This modern feature staircase sits within a large georgian detached dwelling.
Extension comprising of oak framing & bi-fold door.
David Edwards Associates designed the oak framing to allow fully glazed walls to the garden room.
Refurbishment of existing property - new structural openings
Extensive opening up of the existing property together with a side & rear extension & bi-fold doors out onto the rear gardens.
Strengthening of Balcony, Eastern and Western Mansions.
An existing Georgian balcony had become unsafe due to corrosion of the cast iron cantilever support brackets. David Edwards Associates designed a strengthening scheme which included replacing existing brackets and creating a new support structure hidden behind existing decorative columns. David Edwards Associates won an award for this scheme from the Weston-Super-Mare Civic Society.
Retaining Wall at Clevedon Sea Front.
During heavy winter storms an existing 5m high rubble stone retaining wall collapsed onto the beach below. David Edwards Associates designed a new reinforced concrete retaining wall anchored to the rock face at the base and the head.
Development of new affordable homes and flats.
As well as providing our usual structural service, David Edwards Associates designed a complex SUDS drainage system on this high density Bristol housing development.