INTRODUCING RIDGEBACK PROJECTS

Embarking on a new-build, extension or refurbishment can be a daunting prospect for many clients, our tailored service focusses on delivery, ensuring the process is clear and understood. We provide Building Contractor, estimating and Design & Build services to suit client’s needs.

Design & Build

A full Design & Build service from inception through to practical completion, incoporating architectural design, interior design, planning, structural design, building control, strcutural warranty and contracting

Building Contractor

Complete residential building services from our team of highly skilled tradesmen. Ridgeback prides itself on an afforable high-specification level of finish level for all of our residential projects.

Interior Design

A complete design service ranging from concept schemes and technical specfications for plumbing and electrical layouts through to on site scheme delivery and fit out.

Project Management / Professional Services

Ridgeback Consulting provides professional services including Project Management, Surveying Cost Consultancy and Party Wall Awards amongst others. Please follow the link below to our website for more information.

Recent Projects

Brighton Road – Surbiton

A rear extension and full refurbishment of this period property in Surbiton. A single storey vaulted rear extension enabled natural light into this living/dining/kitchen space whilst the first floor rear extension ensured this fantastic home kept bedrooms with a stylish bathroom. Rear Extension and Complete refurbishment Rewire and new plumbing throughout Full building and interior…

Saxonbury Gardens – Surbiton

Ridgeback Projects acted as Principle Contractor and Principle Designer for the demolition and new build of this circa 5,000 sq ft high-end contemporary new build for a private developer client in surrey. The design & build project required a close working relationship with the client tendering works packages, managing and monitoring trades, budget and programme. Circa 4,500…

Claygate – Surrey

A challenging contemporary designed new build in Claygate where the client was keen to create an open-planned ground floor family living, dining and kitchen area that provided direct access to the garden, maximised natural light.  Bold design features were incorporated including bespoke free-standing oak staircase, dual-aspect wood burner, polished concrete kitchen island, poured trasparent resin…

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What our customers say...

I had the privilege of working with Oliver Thorne on one of my recent renovation projects. I have worked with different people on a variety of projects before but none have been as experienced or as professional as Oliver. Oliver helped me with all aspects of the project from identifying problems from the outset to finding efficient solutions at every step of the way. From assistance on Surveying/Structural advice/Planning/Design/Building Control right through to completion Olivers wealth of knowledge and experience helped me make a success of the project.

 

Ian Smith,

I rang Oliver to ask him to come and look at whether we could put up a roof hatch access point on our roof. He very generously gave me twenty minutes of him time and expertise totally without charge, and his advice was brilliant – we were very happy to take it and this altered the course of what we would have done, so I’m very pleased with the service we got and happy to recommend!

 

 

Steve Jones,

Each element of our works programme was methodically assessed and professional advice was forthcoming when challenged by the directors of our company. Before appointing Ridgeback to provide advice and oversee works programme we had interviewed other companies. What set Ridgeback apart from other companies was their ability to offer coherent advice and detailing to us nonprofessional. For us (directors) generalisation and approximations was simply too vague and risky, this is what the competitors offered. So we steered clear of them. Approximations exist in this kind of work, he got it right.

 

 

Ian Smith,