Cranmore Farm is home of Olympic gold medallist Laura Tomlinson and her husband, acclaimed polo player Mark Tomlinson.
Laura was part of the 2012 London Olympic Gold Medal Dressage Team and sampled first hand the excellent surface designed for the event. With installations previously made at Laura’s parent’s facilities in Cirencester, we were delighted to be involved in the project to create the new base for herself and Mark.
The developments by use at Cranmore Farm consisted of;
Full internal fitout of the equestrian facility to include, Stabling, openable windows, a range of barn and pedestrian doors. The project incorporated the installation of our Equaflow rainwater harvesting system and base with our 2012 surface installation to both the indoor and outdoor arenas with fully integrated rainwater harvesting and irrigation for these high performance surfaces.
In terms of timescales, this project was based on a 12 week lead-in and a 4 week installation period for the full stabling fit out and two full arena builds with full Equaflow installation taking 10 days per arena plus the surface installation which took a further 2 weeks.
For an insight into the work undertaken by our equestrian developments team at Cranmore Farm, please take a look at the gallery and video below that take you through the changes and considerations Laura had when building the site.
Laura Tomlinson Talks Cranmore Farm
Cranmore Farm Gallery
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