Structurelle Structural Engineers

Fire Station, Bradford-on-Avon

A Grade I listed building, unused for up to 100 years and a very sensitive site, partly because of its location adjacent to one of England’s very few remaining Saxon churches. The client wanted to convert the very small building into a workshop and link it with a neighbouring house. The project involved repairs to trusses and the construction of an appropriate structure between the house and fire station, featuring oak frames and glazing. Considerable repairs were made to the masonry.


One of the principal challenges with this project was to ensure that all improvements complied with some very strictly-applied planning and listed buildings restrictions. We were particularly pleased therefore to play a part in achieving a successful outcome.


Completed May 2007