Steve Burridge Senior Associate 

MRICS

Steve has been with the company since 2002 supporting the Company Director. He was formally Senior Building Control Surveyor with West Wiltshire District Council and has 19 years’ experience in building control with Local Authorities in the locality.  Steve became a Chartered Building Control Surveyor in 1990 and in addition to dealing with Building Regulation matters at the Local Authority he was involved in carrying out public entertainment licence inspections along with dealing with dangerous structures.

Steve project manages many of the major commercial developments with blue chip clients, sensitive historic buildings, plus expert witness and fire risk assessment work, and is an expert on Part L including the associated documents and legislation. Steve is a qualified Non-domestic Energy Performance Certificate Surveyor.

Steve lectures on the Building Regulations and provides one to one studio tutorials for the 4th year architectural students at the University of Bath.

A career building control surveyor with over 30 years in the profession and expertise in energy conservation

CASE STUDY
Pangbourne College

The new build Harding Communications Centre at Pangbourne College designed by Mitchell Taylor Workshop combines a music school and ICT facility together under one roof and won the Royal Institute of British Architects RIBA South Regional Award 2014. The building was designed to the BREEAM Excellent Standard and uses ‘Passivhaus’ principles with a continuous line of insulation over composite construction. 

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CASE STUDY
Castle Drogo - Phase 2

Oculus have been involved in the extensive works been done throughout Castle Drogo since 2013. The Grade 1 listed castle in Devon was constructed of granite and built between the years of 1911 and 1930, and designed by Edwin Lutyens. Castle Drogo was the last castle to be built in England.

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CASE STUDY
Marwell Zoo

Intended to replace the existing Tropical World exhibit, the new Tropical House at Marwell Zoo aims to incorporate an Energy Centre using a sustainable energy source to power both the Tropical House, and other exhibits within the park. Animals such as sloths, monkeys and lizards will interact with visitors as they walk along a path through tropical themed environments of vegetation, waterfalls rock faces and aquariums.

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