22 July 2011
Filed to: Oak Framed Buildings
Our Oak Framed Building team have been working on a series of interesting projects recently, including a new Pavilion for Mayfield Cricket Club.
In addition to housing storage and changing facilities that a David Lloyd Health Club would be proud of, the building features a large external veranda and fully equipped bar that is available for use by the whole community.
Members made the decision to build a Pavilion that the whole of Mayfield could be proud of after a mindless arson attack reduced their previous structures to ashes last year.
In addition to constructing and erecting the oak frame, we also supplied and fitted an external oak staircase, hardwood decking and engineered oak flooring; making it one of the most extensive builds we have worked on.
Our teams were on site for several weeks and several pieces of heavy plant had to be brought in given the size of the frame. Elements of the build process can be seen on our promotional video outlining the range of products we offer and a dedicated feature will be available soon.
The Pavilion is officially due to open on July 29th when snagging is complete, although a couple of games have already been played on the recently re-laid turf at the picturesque ‘Wellbrook’ ground.
The club has three teams competing in the East Sussex Cricket League, with their firsts winning Division 4 last year.