RW Armstrong is pleased to have been named for the 7th year running in the Country Life Top 100, which includes the best builders and craftspeople in Britain. It is an accolade we are most proud of and reflects our dedication to quality and craftsmanship. As the business has grown, we have retained our values … Continued
R W Armstrong attended the BCoT Apprenticeship fair, one of the biggest fairs in the region, which this year had the biggest turnout they have ever had. It brought many big names like Bovis Homes, Barratt Homes, AWE, AA and Simply Health.
One of our more recent projects, Rookwood, has been featured in the March issue of Homes & Gardens! The article highlights the work of the interior designer, Overbury Interior Design, who recommended us for the job. Georgina Taylor, ‘suggested a building contractor who would work well as part of the team.’ Completed in 2017, the … Continued
R W Armstrong are featured in ‘The Country Life Top 100’ with an interview from Nigel Armstrong commenting on how to be a good client.
On Tuesday 26th March, we were delighted to support our chosen charity, the Hampshire Medical Fund, by sponsoring a private view of Dior: Designer of Dreams exhibition at the V&A in London. As part of their annual fundraising efforts, the Hampshire Medical Fund organised this magnificent evening, where 600 specially invited guests gathered at this … Continued
On Thursday 25th April, R W Armstrong took pride of place as the main sponsor for the Moda Rosa Fashion Show. The event was hosted by one of our long-standing clients at Bighton House in aid of cancer charity, Breast Cancer Haven. The champagne reception was followed by a warm welcome by ITN newsreader Alistair … Continued
Dædalus Conservation proudly received two awards for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Project at Westminster Abbey. The project was first awarded winner for Building Conservation, before going on to win the RICS Project of the Year for London! It is a huge accolade that is well deserved by all the team. Below is an excerpt from … Continued
R W Armstrong has once again featured in Country Life’s exclusive list of the Top 100 architects, interior designers, builders and garden designers in the country. Among the projects highlighted was our work with esteemed architect Ian Adam-Smith, involving the restoration of an Edwardian country house in Surrey.
Glynde Place in East Sussex has been crowned the winner of the 2017 Historic Houses Association (HHA) Restoration Award, sponsored by Sotheby’s. The Restoration Award recognises and celebrates the work being undertaken by Members of the HHA throughout the United Kingdom. These projects reflect the dedication of owners to the care and sympathetic restoration of … Continued
Jackmill House, a Grade II* listed Jack Mill recently restored and re-developed by R W Armstrong has won the Sussex Heritage Trust Small Scale Residential Award. One of the Jack and Jill pair, it is located on the ridge of the South Downs National Park. Jack Windmill had fallen into disrepair and the architects were … Continued
Featuring in Country Life’s Best of Britain edition, R W Armstrong looks back at projects over its 60 year history; from small one-off projects, through to specialist conservation work on landmark heritage projects, and everything in between. “With a fourth generation of family now within the firm, its traditional building has changed very little…the methods … Continued