ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDING NEW FOOTBRIDGE AND LIFT MARTELLO TOWER 74, SEAFORD MUSEUM AND HERITAGE SOCIETY, THE ESPLANADE, SEAFORD BN25 9BH
The brief was to design and to oversee a range of improvements to the accessibility of Seaford Martello Tower and its Museum, including the fabrication and installation of a footbridge spanning the existing dry moat in order to provide wheelchair- user access to the Tower.
Submitted by: Morgan Carn Architects, Brighton www.morgancarn.com
Architect: Lap Chan and Martin Wilyman, Morgan Carn Architects.
Contractors: Marc Thomas, Karn Sandilands, Chris Sivers, Dirk Engels of Millimetre Ltd, Portslade www.millimetre.uk.net
Other: Atelier One Structural Engineers, London www.atelierone.com
BATTLE RAILWAY STATION STATION ROAD, BATTLE TN33 0DE
Constructed in 1852, to the designs of architect William Tress, it is widely considered to be one of the finest gothic revival stations in the country. The Grade II listed building required substantial repairs to the chimneys, roofing, rainwater goods and walling stones all whilst the station remained open.
Submitted by: Clague LLP, Canterbury www.clague.co.uk
Architect: James Kenton, Clague LLP. Contractors: REDEC Ltd, Sevington www.redec.co.uk
Craftsmen: Clarke Roofing Southern Ltd, Eastbourne www.clarke-roofing.co.uk
Other: Rother District Council, Bexhill-on-Sea www.rother.gov.uk
CHICHESTER FREE SCHOOL, HUNSTON ROAD, HUNSTON, CHICHESTER PO20 1NP
The former Carmelite Convent site in Hunston, West Sussex was built in 1870, had fallen into a dilapidated state following the building being vacated in 1994. The Building was converted to build an ‘all through’ school and to completely renovate the Convent to become the ‘Heart of the School’.
Submitted by: Noviun Architects, Chichester www.noviun.com
Architect: Noviun Architects
Site Manager: Jerome Curran. Details on request.
Contractors: Farrans Construction. Details on request.