Lower Turnant Farm, Hereford

Lower Turnant Farm, Hereford

Lower Turnant Farm, in Hereford is a Grade II listed farmhouse which was built around the 1730's. It was found in a derelict condition with parts of the roof missing, the timber framing was decayed and the timber framed east gable was sheeted with corrugated iron and chicken wire.

Lower Turnant Farm, Hereford
Our Role

Our Role

Our ByrneLooby team of experts in London, advised on the structural alterations of the extensive repairs to the floor and roof timbers. The ancient roof timbers have been repaired and strengthened and the roof re-covered with the exceptionally heavy local stone tiles. The splendid east gable truss is now visible – and protected and secure – behind a great glass triangular window.

Since there is not space for separate bathrooms, each of the three bedrooms now has a “pod” formed in brightly coloured sheet metal, seated on the original timber floor structure. To prove the load capacity under the heaviest pod, the existing array of floor beams was strengthened and then subjected to load test.

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