RAF Hut 14 Dudley
We originally dismantled the RAF Hut 14 in 2017, and it was later modified and rebuilt by the Black Country Museum. The most recent take down of Hut 14 commenced in 2020 to make way for the Forging Ahead project at the museum and it is due to be rebuilt August 2021, just behind one of our favourite projects Hobbs and Sons Fish & Chip Shop.
Hut 14 is thought to be from World War Two, and it’s title of Hut 14 (keeping with the RAF numbering system) is from Elmfield School address on Love Lane where it was used as classrooms from the 1960’s until 2016.
Historical Building Translocation& Structure Relocation
Buildings of historical interest often come under threat from encroaching societal pressures, sometimes caused by urban regeneration, sometimes simpler commercial pressures. In these instances, translocating the building to a new site may be an ideal solution, saving the structure and affording the opportunity to restore a building to its former glory.
Recording and cataloguing each individual brick, piece of stone, window, door and all other physical features, preserves the accuracy and historical merit of the structure.How we work
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Specialist building, restoration and construction is our forte. We have an immense amount of pride in preserving a building's history, yet we understand the demands of modern living.
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