A selection of recently completed & current projects
|Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth||C/O Bouygues UK||Value £1,200,000.00|
|Sea City Museum, Civic Centre, Southampton||C/O Kier||Value £750,000.00|
|New Ordnance Survey HQ, Southampton||C/O Kier||Value £3,000,000.00|
|New Halls of Residence, Reading University||C/O Morgan Sindall||Value £2,160,000.00|
|Montague Park School, Wokingham||C/O Interserve||Value £250,000.00|
|St Ives Care Home, Ferndown||C/O Midas||Value £1,210,483.75|
|Romsey Road, Southampton||C/O Kier Living||Value £1,600,000.00|
|Portland Academy, Portland||C/O Wates||Value £1,250,000.00|
|Premier Inn, Ferndown||C/O Orient Rose Contracts||Value £250,000.00|
|Sedgley Close, Portsmouth||C/O First Wessex Homes Ltd||Value £110,000.00|
|Winton School, Bournemouth||C/O Stepnell Construction Ltd||Value £370,000.00|
|Wickmead Care Home, Christchurch||C/O Midas||Value £250,000.00|
Multi storey car park and Arts building at Maderia Road, Bournemouth
Value of works completed £900,000
Ground and External works for a new seven-storey, 382-space car park, along with the Arts University accommodation block. This was a very challenging contract with all the normal constraints of inner city construction impacting of day to day activities.
Adanac Park, Southampton
New Offices, for Ordinance Survey Southampton. Value of works completed £2.9 Million
An extensive ground beam and pile cap designed construction, to a total office space of 16,400 m2. Our works included; foundations, drainage and several balancing swales, separate nursery building with external works scheme, a reinforced concrete water feature, the supply and installation of an 80,000 litre harvester system and 16,000m2 of block paving.
Mary Rose Museum
This internationally renowned museum, built in the historic Portsmouth Dockyard, was one of the most ambitious heritage construction projects seen in Europe this decade and a major step in the excavation and conservation of a historic ship. All the work was undertaken under the careful eye of a full time archaeologist, as Dry dock number three, which houses the ship’s hull, is a Schedule Ancient Monument in its own right. Markline undertook the works to complete the complex concrete base structure, which holds the ship, as well as numbering, carefully breaking out, lifting and storing the historic dock stones. This
phase of work was so successful that we negotiated the second phase of the works for the entire external works scheme.
New Town Road
Project Management and Construction of a 3 bedroom, Architect designed Eco House. Built around a bespoke timber frame, with a Sto system of external render. The build utilised recycled news paper as insulation, whilst employing solar roof panels and a state of the art pellet fired boiler. This development cleverly mixed, Zinc, Glass and Alwitra roof systems, to give the building a unique one off look. Internally the building utilised a hand crafted spiral staircase, to complete this stunning building.