Located on the beautiful coastline of Carmarthenshire, the Pendine Sands scheme is a £7m project to construct a new museum of speed, a 42 bed eco hostel and an events facility with cafe.
James Jones's design team worked closely with David Smith St Ives to design the impressive roof structure for Chase New Homes.
James Jones & Sons (Pallets & Packaging) Ltd took over the operations as IPP's new Bardon Hill pallet repair site. Take a look inside our new £2.5m repair site.
James Jones & Sons supplied fourteen blocks of single storey timber frame wards and 1300 roof and floor cassettes for the new St Luke's Hospital.
When Russwood, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of timber cladding and flooring, was looking to revamp its HQ it turned to James Jones Timber Systems Division.
James Jones' design team worked tirelessly to support the creation of the new Robert Burns Museum for The National Trust.
JJI-Joists were used extensively throughout this project as specified by the Architect whilst the design was completed by the Project Engineer.
James Jones's design team worked closely with JJI-Joist distributor David Smith to create a spectacular circular structure Sarek Roundhouse.
Choosing the Isle of Lismore was the first decision that has culminated in a spectacular house constructed using a frame of glulam beams and JJI-Joists
David Smith St Ives were called upon to design and manufacture a demanding, multi pitched Green Roof System for a disability learning centre in Essex.
A complex hybrid building of masonry, steel, glulam, solid timber and JJI-Joists and the first Eurocode 5 projects undertaken by the TSD design team.
JJI-Joists used to create impressive 'gull wing' style roof created using timber firing pieces fixed to the JJI-Joist flat roof members.
The Scottish War Blinded Charity based near Edinburgh, commissioned an iconic new building and James Jones was delighted to be involved.
James Jones' prefabricated roofing system, JJ-IntelliRoof™, is playing a key role in delivering ambitious heating targets for Glasgow Housing Association.
This development was for the extension to the Meadowfield Secondary School in Sittingbourne, Kent and JJI-Joists were used in the building's floors.