Ste Foy Chalet Construction Ste Foy Tarentaise
This Ste Foy chalet construction involves the almost complete demolition of an existing chalet to create a new chalet built over 3 levels, with an increase in habitable space. An additional storey will allow a dedicated entrance hall and improved access to the chalet and car parking for 4 vehicles.
The existing chalet is built into the side of the mountain and borders a private road. This Ste Foy chalet construction project has required extensive input and continued consultation with structural engineers to achieve the project brief. The existing chalet must be demolished in the main with the roof and upper level walls all being demolished. Extensive groundworks & excavation will follow which will allow the structural reinforcement of the foundations and lower level structural walls. Once the chalet structure has been secured work will begin on an extension to the side of the chalet, an extension above and finally a new stone / slate roof using local lauzes.
Once the structural works are complete the chalet works will begin on an internal renovation with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. There will also be extensive landscaping involving further retaining walls at this Ste Foy chalet construction project.
Groundworks and Foundations
Ground studies / reports, structural engineer studies / reports, site clearance, excavation of bedrock, use of heavy plant and machinery, underpinning, removal of existing internal concrete slab. Provision of new utility networks (electric, water & waste), new foundations / footings and screeds.
Demolition of roof and upper chalet storey. Removal of concrete chimney stack, recreation of chimney, chalet extension to the side to a larger sitting room, kitchen and occasional bedroom, chalet extension above to create a new entrance, new window and door openings requiring structural engineer input, stonework, windows.
Interior fitting out
Complete interior rebuild including all floors and walls. Electrical, plumbing, connection of services / utilities, internal walls, heating system, insulation, screeds, bathrooms, chimney flue, fireplace, flooring, entire internal fit out. Further external works including retaing structural walls, stone terrace, balustrades, terracing, hot tub and landscaping.
Simon Jones undertakes construction, building, renovation and refurbishment projects in Meribel, Courchevel, St Martin de Belleville, Annecy, Megeve, Ste Foy Tarentaise, Val d’Isere and Tignes. Our portfolio ranges from simple renovations to full scale rebuilds and new build chalets.
The Ste Foy chalet construction project:
Complete internal demolition including concrete floors and stairs
Excavation of existing foundations and underpinning to increase internal footprint
Construction of concrete shell
Construction of new floor slabs
Re-routing of all services to plot
Concrete cutting for openings
Roof and wall construction
The Ste Foy chalet construction project involves:
Structural Engineer: Yes
Geotechnical Survey: Yes
Thermal Study: Yes
Contractors to co-ordinate:
All of the following trades and professional contractors were involved in the Ste Foy chalet construction project: Earthworks, foundations, construction, masons, engineer, plumber, electrician, chimney specialist, fireplace specialist, heating engineer, carpenters, roofing, windows & doors.