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David Woodall Area Manager - South West

BSc (Hons), MCABE

David is based in Dorset on the South Coast. He has over thirteen years Building Control experience having worked first for Bath & North East Somerset Council and then moving into the private building control sector for the last five years. David graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with a First Class Honours Degree in Building Control Engineering and was also awarded the CABE prize for the top overall grade. He is a Chartered Building Engineer and deals with all types of projects for the Company.

During his building control career David has worked on a large variety of projects, both commercial and domestic which includes schools, universities, nursing homes, hotels and offices. He has also had regular involvement in work on historic properties with an understanding of the sensitive nature this work requires. .

Outside of the office David has lectured on the Building Regulations and provided one to one studio tutorials for 4th year architectural students at the University of Bath and at the City of Bath College.

David provides project management services for clients nationwide and carries out site inspection work mainly in Bath, Bristol, Somerset and Dorset.

Over 13 years' Building Control experience working on a large variety of both commercial and domestic projects.

CASE STUDY
Tyntesfield

Tyntesfield is a spectacular Victorian Gothic Revival house with gardens, parkland and much more.  It had been the house of the Gibbs family for over 150 years. As the house was inherited by each generation of the Gibbs family, they stamped their own identity on the house and estate with different developments. The 14th June 2002 marked a new beginning for the house and estate when the National Trust announced their new acquisition.  The house was in need of extensive renovation and The National Trust set about re-roofing, re-wiring and re-plumbing the main house and generally improving access for visitor experience. 

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CASE STUDY
Gloucester Cathedral

Project Pilgrim will improve and restore specific areas of the Cathedral to ensure it can fulfil its role as a place of dynamic spiritual, civic and heritage activity and play a key role in the regeneration of the city.

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CASE STUDY
Knole - Conservation Studio

The Conservation Studio is a new facility dedicated to conserving historical objects of the Knole collection. Located in a medieval barn, the Studio has been carefully converted into a two storey building with the original pitched roof profile having been restored after a fire in 1887. The new purpose designed Studio will offer an insight into the work of conservators and their important contribution to the conservation profession. Visitors will be able to observe specialists from multiple conservation disciplines in one location, and gain insight into a world rarely seen from behind closed doors. 

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