- Case Study 01205 Feb 2020Domestic
£10 million Domestic Dwelling in Notingham
jhai are once again proud to be working with the one of the East Midlands most prestigious and successful developers Guy Phoenix on his latest record-breaking project.
Guy and jhai have a long and successful history together as jhai have provided Guy with Building Control services on more than 20 of his developments so far.
This latest project, which is set to become the East Midlands most expensive property, is Guy’s most ambitious to date. Due to the added complexities and intricate requirements Guy wanted to continue to use jhai for Building Control due to the high level of expertise and experience jhai provide.Read More
- Case Study 01121 Nov 2019Commercial
The Waterside Development
jhai are proud to have been part of the amazing restoration project known as ‘The Waterside’. The project consists of the regeneration of the old Rushcliffe Council offices in West Bridgford which were sold to Monk Estates and Harmony Bridge Limited for £6.5 million in 2017.
The Waterside will consist of the redevelopment of the existing iconic building into apartments along with the introduction of two, new build residential towers and duplex luxury penthouses. This regeneration is not purely domestic focused as the scheme incorporates several commercial aspects including offices, restaurants, a bar and a gym.Read More
- Case Study 01020 Nov 2019Commercial
Reedswood Park Regeneration - Walsall
jhai has been appointed as the Building Control surveyors for the Reedswood Park regeneration project in Walsall. The construction of the new offices and warehouses are designed to help regenerate the area by attracting new businesses and through the subsequent creation of hundreds of jobs.
Construction of the project has gone smoothly; all the necessary site visits have been conducted with very little need for comment or indeed alterations. As it stands, the project is almost ready to begin attracting the leading organisations which will help improve the area by providing both jobs and valuable investment into the area.Read More
- Case Study 00901 Nov 2017Commercial
Burgh IslandBurgh island Hotel was originally built in the 1930s on a private tidal island off the south coast of Devon. Rather than extend the existing, landmark Art Deco hotel, an entirely new suite is proposed to be constructed on the remote, easterly headland of the island.The standalone building is envisaged as an inhabited bridge, consolidating the sculptural profile of the eroded mud-stone sea-cliffs. A series of interconnected rooms are organised to frame unique views of the dramatic sea and island landscape.Planning approval was granted in March 2017 and construction is expected to start
on site in 2018.Read More