We’re really pleased to welcome Tom back to our Derby office. Tom worked with us for a year after finishing his Part 1 architecture course. He’s since been back to University and is now back to join us for the summer.
Our Staffordshire Passivhaus project achieves 0.58 air test result.
We were delighted to receive the air test certificate for our new house project in Staffordshire that is designed to Passivhaus fabric standards – fantastic news that the building achieved an air tightness of 0.58 which is evidence of good design and detailing, and great workmanship from the construction team at Contrak. A great result…..More to follow as this exciting design nears completion.
This is Thinking Buildings second project this year to achieve an air tightness of 0.58 – demonstrating how our knowledge of low energy design and in detailing high-performance fabric first approaches has developed over the last few years.
A little while ago Thinking Buildings obtained planning consent for this beauty of a building to convert the Grade 2* listed school house into residential use. The building sits close to the centre of Cirencester and it was good to visit it once more to meet with the new owner who will develop the scheme to construction. Thinking Buildings really enjoys the challenge of working with listed buildings and this is an excellent example of how we were able to develop a positive relationship with English Heritage and the council’s Conservation Officer.