Plaice Design are celebrating after learning that they have been shortlisted by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists for The Alan King Award for Excellence in Architectural Technology for a second time.

The awards which are organised by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) recognise outstanding achievements in the industry and highlight how architectural technology achieves efficient and effective construction.

The shortlisted entry, a full renovation of a Victorian Terrace house in Woodbridge, Suffolk was extended and remodelled to create a modern 2.5 storey dwelling suited to 21st century living, while preserving the exterior character of the original property,

You can read more about the project here.

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AuthorGlen Read

The team at Plaice joined over 400 other local industry attendees at the recent Suffolk Joint Construction Committee awards at Trinity Park in Ipswich.

Plaice received an RIBA Suffolk Craftsmanship award for the recently completed renovation of a semi-detached Victorian property in Woodbridge, Suffolk.

To read more about the evening check out the Business East Monthly featured in the East Anglian Daily Times or read more about the project here.

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AuthorChris Game

Works are underway to convert a previous guest house into six contemporary apartments in Felixstowe, Suffolk.

Demolition and removal works have been carried out to the existing structure, making way for first fix electrical, internal partitions, structural steelwork, thermal upgrade to the roof and suspending ceiling grids.

Scaffolding has also been erected to carry out roof tile upgrades and window replacements and we are on programme to begin the extension works in the New Year.


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AuthorGlen Read
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