Trevor Gilman has over forty years experience in the design and management of building and engineering projects. He has been a Chartered Engineer since 1973. Based in Buxton, he is ideally placed to undertake work in all parts of the country. Much of the work involves buildings of all types, but a significant proportion has been in the specialist field of architectural engineering. The emphasis is on variety, with a wide experience used to finding a cost effective solution to unusual or difficult problems. To read more click on this link
Throughout the life of the project Trevor Gilman makes full use of the latest technology to keep down costs and improve quality. A good example is the Buxton bandstand where the profile of the roof was printed at full size to provide a template for the joiners to work to. Similarly, the new stepped floor for the Buxton Opera House gallery seating was printed at full size to assist in making a mock-up of a section of the floor. There are many other examples.
Many completed projects are in public places, and can be seen by potential clients. In Buxton, obvious examples are the Pavilion Gardens bandstand, the Octagon windows, and the Opera House Gallery seating. Further afield, examples of architectural metalwork can be seen at two London theatres, the Vaudeville and St Martin's; the Victoria and Albert Hotel in Manchester; bandstands at Matlock Bath and Douglas; shelters at Pwllheli, Conwy, Rhyll and Braintree. To read more click on this link