Great to see our project, Donhead House featured in a recent edition of the Times newspaper. Burke Hunter Adams were engaged as quantity surveyor and contract administrator on the project. Other key team members include architects, Archer Humphreys and landscape architect, Miranda Brooks. Congratulations to the architects and the entire project team on a fantastic completed project. To meet the project brief, the procurement strategy and delivering value were critical.

The article tells us,

“Over six years, the [owners] have pulled off a truly remarkable metamorphosis, transforming a dilapidated and damp-riddled Donhead into an enchanting retreat for family and friends.’

“Built as a rectory in the 18th century, the house was extended in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by previous incumbents such as Anthony Eden, who lived there after the Suez Crisis. Since then, Massenet says, “each owner had left their mark on the building but only doing odds and ends – everything had been patched up and there was no cohesion”.

You can read the full article on the Times website here. Take a look at the project profile on our website here.

And if you have a similar project we can help with, get in touch today. The team look forward to hearing from you.