Steve Burridge Senior Associate 

MRICS

Steve has been with the company since 2002 supporting the Company Director. He was formally Senior Building Control Surveyor with West Wiltshire District Council and has 19 years’ experience in building control with Local Authorities in the locality.  Steve became a Chartered Building Control Surveyor in 1990 and in addition to dealing with Building Regulation matters at the Local Authority he was involved in carrying out public entertainment licence inspections along with dealing with dangerous structures.

Steve project manages many of the major commercial developments with blue chip clients, sensitive historic buildings, plus expert witness and fire risk assessment work, and is an expert on Part L including the associated documents and legislation. Steve is a qualified Non-domestic Energy Performance Certificate Surveyor.

Steve lectures on the Building Regulations and provides one to one studio tutorials for the 4th year architectural students at the University of Bath.

A career building control surveyor with over 30 years in the profession and expertise in energy conservation

CASE STUDY
Prior Park College, Bath

The building will provide state-of the-art sports facilities for students and the general public, and has facilities catering for badminton, tennis, netball, volleyball, basketball, table tennis, five-a-side football and hockey practice. There are also classrooms, a fitness suite, changing facilities and a viewing balcony over the cricket & rugby pitches.

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CASE STUDY
Shakespeare's New Place / Nash's House

Spearheaded by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, a new oak and bronze gateway was created that opens on the original threshold of Shakespeare's New Place. This new permanent exhibition brings to life the story of Shakespeare's New Place and the personal life of its most famous occupant, and where he had his family home for 19 years. 

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CASE STUDY
Burwalls House

The Burwalls site consists of a substantial historic Grade II listed main house and stable block annex and lies in nearly 5 acres of land adjacent to Brunel’s world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. The main house is in the Jacobethan style and was constructed in 1872 as a private dwelling by Joseph Leech, a local entrepreneur and owner of the Bristol Times and Mirror.

The site was purchased in 2014 by Kersfield Developments who obtained permission to split the main house into 5 impressive apartments, convert the Stable block in to 2 units and for the construction of 4 new detached dwellings.

The main house has been extended at various points during its history and some of the current works in this sensitive conversion were to remove elements of the more recent additions which are detrimental to the original building.

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