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ABOUT

LIVE

WORK

LEARN

CONTACT

LIVE

LIVE

A proven track record of public sector and private sector housing schemes.

We have worked on new build and refurbishment schemes with projects ranging from single dwellings to estate regeneration schemes comprising in excess of 500 units.

Our experience and expertise allow us to enhance any scheme through optimisation of value, income and the delivery process.

Our Housing clients include:

WORK

WORK

A leading Construction Consultancy providing services to the commercial property sector.

Our experience with developers is extensive, working with some of the key organisations in the sector. It is our ability to understand our Clients’ requirements and business needs that has contributed significantly to our ability to generate high levels of customer satisfaction.

Our Commercial clients include:

LEARN

LEARN

We have worked on a large number of education projects for Clients in both the public and private sector.

These education projects have included teaching facilities, student/staff accommodation, auditoriums, sports, performing arts and music facilities.

We are used to working in live school environments and understand the technical processes required to provide new facilities whilst retaining a functioning school community.

Our Education clients include:

ABOUT

Marstan BDB is a construction consultancy specialising in Quantity Surveying, Contract Administration, Project Management and CDM Advisor services.

In 2018 the practice celebrated 40 years of business.

We service projects across the United Kingdom from our offices in Cambridge and Oxford.

Our quality policies are BSI accredited to ISO 9001:2015.

CONTACT

CONTACT

+ 44 (0) 1223 675975

Cambridge Office

Wakefield House

High Street

Sawston

Cambridge

CB22 3BG

+44 (0) 1865 524411

Oxford Office

Wesley House

7 High Street

Kidlington

Oxford

OX5 2DH

Windsor Gate

Trinity Road

Greytown House

PassivHaus

The Forum, Hemel Hempstead

The Forum is the new 70,000ft2 headquarters building for Dacorum Borough Council, built by R G Carter on behalf of developer Endurance Estates.

It provides an opportunity for co-location of local services including a library and register office for Hertfordshire County Council and voluntary organisations such as the Citizens Advice Bureau.

The Forum, Hemel Hempstead

The Forum is the new 70,000ft2 headquarters building for Dacorum Borough Council, built by R G Carter on behalf of developer Endurance Estates.

It provides an opportunity for co-location of local services including a library and register office for Hertfordshire County Council and voluntary organisations such as the Citizens Advice Bureau.

The Forum, Hemel Hempstead

The Forum is the new 70,000ft2 headquarters building for Dacorum Borough Council, built by R G Carter on behalf of developer Endurance Estates.

It provides an opportunity for co-location of local services including a library and register office for Hertfordshire County Council and voluntary organisations such as the Citizens Advice Bureau.

The Potting Shed, Jesus College, Cambridge

The Potting Shed formed part of a larger series of projects involving a new maintenance store and two glasshouses. It resembles an upturned flower pot and is formed of Core 10 cladding on a steel frame. It was built off-site at a factory in Kent and craned into place on to a brick plinth.

A quirky yet functional design which encapsulates the Client’s appreciation for simplicity, form and function.

The Potting Shed, Jesus College, Cambridge

The Potting Shed formed part of a larger series of projects involving a new maintenance store and two glasshouses. It resembles an upturned flower pot and is formed of Core 10 cladding on a steel frame. It was built off-site at a factory in Kent and craned into place on to a brick plinth.

A quirky yet functional design which encapsulates the Client’s appreciation for simplicity, form and function.

The Potting Shed, Jesus College, Cambridge

The Potting Shed formed part of a larger series of projects involving a new maintenance store and two glasshouses. It resembles an upturned flower pot and is formed of Core 10 cladding on a steel frame. It was built off-site at a factory in Kent and craned into place on to a brick plinth.

A quirky yet functional design which encapsulates the Client’s appreciation for simplicity, form and function.

Lancaster Way

Orbital Park

Colworth Park - Firmenich

Colworth Park

Lancaster Way

Lancaster Way - Merlin Court

Lancaster Way - Pecks

Lancaster Way - CCL

Cricket Pavilion, Dauntsey’s School, Wiltshire

The project involved the complete refurbishment and extension of a Grade II listed timber framed and clad cricket pavilion constructed in the early 1930s.

The building was in a poor state of affairs prior to the works. The timbers and cladding were decaying, it had no insulation and suffered from water ingress and a few holes. The facilities it provided no longer met the School’s needs either as the changing rooms in each wing contained bare benches, no showers and very limited toilet facilities.

Not only were all of the above addressed we added in a disabled platform lift to enable the facility to be used by disabled guests.

New Pavilion, Dauntsey’s School, Wiltshire

The project was located on split level ground with the main car park at one level and the sports pitches at a lower level. The Architect created a two-storey building with the lower ground floor set into the sloping site to the car park side and open to the sports pitches side.

The lower ground floor area provides eight team changing rooms, two officials changing rooms and an accessible changing room. The upper ground floor provides a large multi-purpose social room with floor to ceiling glazing, kitchen servery, bar, staff/meeting room, toilets, a store and external terraces to three sides. The terrace provides far reaching views across the school as a whole and to the landscape beyond.

The Awdry Sports Centre, Dauntsey’s School, Wiltshire

The project involved the infilling of an existing space between two existing buildings – one being the main school Swimming Pool and the other being the Sports Hall.

The infill provided a central focus to the sports facilities as well as renewing changing facilities (both dry and wet change), new shower and toilet facilities, creation of new classrooms and a dance studio/space and an entrance foyer/atrium with trophy cabinets.

The Forum, Hemel Hempstead

The Forum is the new 70,000ft2 headquarters building for Dacorum Borough Council, built by R G Carter on behalf of developer Endurance Estates.

It provides an opportunity for co-location of local services including a library and register office for Hertfordshire County Council and voluntary organisations such as the Citizens Advice Bureau.

The Forum, Hemel Hempstead

The Forum is the new 70,000ft2 headquarters building for Dacorum Borough Council, built by R G Carter on behalf of developer Endurance Estates.

It provides an opportunity for co-location of local services including a library and register office for Hertfordshire County Council and voluntary organisations such as the Citizens Advice Bureau.

The Forum, Hemel Hempstead

The Forum is the new 70,000ft2 headquarters building for Dacorum Borough Council, built by R G Carter on behalf of developer Endurance Estates.

It provides an opportunity for co-location of local services including a library and register office for Hertfordshire County Council and voluntary organisations such as the Citizens Advice Bureau.

The Potting Shed, Jesus College, Cambridge

The Potting Shed formed part of a larger series of projects involving a new maintenance store and two glasshouses. It resembles an upturned flower pot and is formed of Core 10 cladding on a steel frame. It was built off-site at a factory in Kent and craned into place on to a brick plinth.

A quirky yet functional design which encapsulates the Client’s appreciation for simplicity, form and function.

The Potting Shed, Jesus College, Cambridge

The Potting Shed formed part of a larger series of projects involving a new maintenance store and two glasshouses. It resembles an upturned flower pot and is formed of Core 10 cladding on a steel frame. It was built off-site at a factory in Kent and craned into place on to a brick plinth.

A quirky yet functional design which encapsulates the Client’s appreciation for simplicity, form and function.