Completed March 2015

Millenium Country Park Bedfordshire



Our highest elevated bird hide yet.

 6 metres above the ground resulting in a boardwalk leading to the hide measuring 128 metres long.



Completed December 2014

 Aberdeen City Council



Steel hide for Aberdeen City Council located on the mouth of the river Don.






Completed November 2014

2 Breeze block hides for Staffordshire Wildlife Trust at Doxey Marsh Stafford 


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  Completed May 2014

BBC Springwatch Studio at RSPM MInsmere Suffolk

Click on image below to see case study and full details




Completed January 2014

Crossness Nature Reserve Thames water

Octagonal double level hide.


Unusually deep concrete base had to be constructed for this hide as it used

 steel cloums on each corner (total of 8) to strengthen the hide

 which also meant comprehensive re-enforcing within the base as

shown in the photo below.






Photo below shows 8 steel columns providing internal strength to support the timber hide panels.

All steelwork manufactured by ourselves in our own workshops.

Photo below shows the first of 16 panels being fitted







Photo below shows double viewing slots on disabled sections enabling more visitors to use the hide 







 Working late to get completed on time



This hide also used whats known as a "flitch plate" which consists of a steel plate fastened inbetween the supporting

 timber as shown below.This created an extremely strong support for the upper floor.










Completed March 2013

Elevated hide constructed for N Lincs Council at Alkborough Flats nature reserve in North Lincolnshire

7.2m hide with base of hide elevated to 5m above ground level. (Lots of health and safety issues to deal with)

Elevated at this height means the views of the reserve and Humber estuary are spectacular.


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Foundations consisted of 10 piles driven into the ground over 8 metres deep.





Completed December 2012

Octagonal bird hide built and erected at Chew Valley for Bristol Water

Viewing panes are treated with a special film to give a one way viewing effect.

Vertical cladding used






New Eric Morcambe and Allen hides for the RSPB at the Leighton Moss reserve in Lancashire

Finally completed in Autumn 2012 and opened on 27th October by Eric Morcambes daughter Gail

Angled bird hide using double viewing slots with a fixed pane of glass at the top, to enable those stood behind those sitting to obtain a view.

Many thanks to all the staff at RSPB Leighton Moss for their kind words and for showing their appreciation



Eric Morcambe hide 


Eric Morcambe hide


 Eric Morcambe hide


Allen hide RSPB Leighton Moss Autumn 2012
























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