Internal and External Refurbishment We have recently completed the refurbishment of an old farm house not far from our offices here in Newingreen. The property was looking a little tired and in need to some care and maintenance so that the few minor issues could be sorted before they had the chance to cause damage, … Continue reading →
Internal and External Refurbishment We have recently finished work to a farm house set in a beautifully secluded location near Mersham. The house was stripped out in entirety, with new plumbing and electric installation through out, new bathrooms and kitchen as well as repairs and complete re-decoration. Externally, repairs to the brickwork and timber elements, … Continue reading →
Work is complete to 1.5km of 2.5m high chain link fencing with 3 strands of barbed wire to enhance perimeter security along this long stretch..
The pandemic has had a seismic impact on the world and everyone on it. Here at Charlier Construction Ltd we have worked on throughout, where appropriate, constantly monitoring the situation and our policies in line with government guidelines and good practice. Working closely, as we do, with the NHS we have seen first hand the … Continue reading →
Work is nearing completion at Nonington Church. New bespoke oak and ash floors have gone down in the church, a new flower arranging area created with a WC and the necessary decoration. Having not been designed with the latest Health and Safety and DDA requirements, historical sometimes need adjusting to use in the modern world. … Continue reading →
Work is now near completion for our work to the Chapel at the Duke of York’s Royal Military School in Dover. This beautiful building has been given a new lease of life thanks to a complete replacement of the roof tiles, new lead coverings and flashing and the care attention taken to the external brickwork, … Continue reading →
Works are underway at Martello Tower No.15. Having successfully completed repairs and maintenance to Martello 14 last year, Charlier Construction Ltd are now undertaking repairs to the next one in line.
Charlier Construction Ltd were in attendance when the new town sign was unveiled in the centre of Etchinghill. On a sunny evening, a crowd of approximately seventy people turned out to witness the culmination of two years work on the part of the town committee. The intricate design, with the aim of capturing the essence … Continue reading →
We are currently working on repairs and restoration of Martello Tower No14 located on the eastern boundary of Hythe Firing Ranges. The tower was constructed in 1805-6 as one of a chain of eleven stretching between Hythe and Dymchurch. This historic, unconverted Grade II listed structure is in need of metalwork repairs, re-pointing, brick replacement, rebuilding … Continue reading →