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The Project St Peters Church is a fascinating building in the heart of rural England. The oldest parts of the structure date back to the thirteenth century but changes have been made throughout the years with significant alterations taking place in the Victorian era.
The Project Chiswick Park is an impressive development in West London comprising a network of 12 office buildings as well as a gym, restaurants and an array of pop-up street food vendors. All the buildings are arranged around a two-tier man-made lake providing the perfect, peaceful working environment.
Industrial Fan Heaters Installed at Shelley Thermoformers International in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
The Project The management at Shelley Thermoformers International invited a BN Thermic engineer to their Huntingdon facility to discuss the heating options for their workshop. Although the workshop is relatively large, the workbenches are located along one wall meaning that two different heating approaches could be considered. Two Possible Heating Technologies One possibility was to […]
The Project Top Golf at Watford is a truly impressive facility combining a high-tech golf driving range with a lively bar and restaurant. The driving range itself comprises 44 individual bays which include a table and chairs as well as a platform from which to tee off. Customers waiting for their turn, enjoy full service […]
The Project Any visitor to the picturesque market town of Moreton-in-Marsh would notice the eye-catching Redesdale Hall located in the town centre. The building was designed by the noted architect Sir Ernest George in the ‘Free Tudor’ style and erected in 1887. The main hall is on the upper story, measuring approximately 16m x 8m […]
The Project Pinhole Quilting is a fantastic company. Ostensibly they are suppliers of quilting machines but, in reality, they are more like a hub for a quilting community. From their Worcestershire headquarters the Pinhole team organise demonstrations , seminars and workshops for enthusiastic amateurs and professional quilters alike.
The Project Spencer Squash Club, based in Wandsworth South London, welcomes players from the local community irrespective of age or experience. The club has two courts both of which are in pretty constant use.