Case Studies

ENGIE - International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor - ITER

Blenheim Consulting has been present on the ITER site since 2018 and as a consultant to ENGIE Axima, has been instrumental in many of the contracts awarded to the ENGIE Solutions group since then. For more information download the Blenheim-ITER reference document

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    Fairhomes - Peninsula House

    Blenheim had full responsibility for all aspects of this property from initial land purchase through to finish specification. With its groundbreaking design, expansive 5200 ft. of living space, 7280 ft. under roof, this property takes advantage of the finest views of the Intracoastal Waterway. Surrounded by water on three sides, this three-story Peninsula home, built by Fairhomes is the product of a winning collaboration between Pemberton Design, R&B Construction, and Blenheim Consulting.

    Pluto Developments - Stoliv Villa

    Blenheim were tasked with the finish work specification and design overview for this stunning villa. A concerted effort was made to source the materials locally and to use local craftsmen wherever possible to produce one of Montenegro's finest and most desirable properties.

    The house recently won 3rd place in the CEMEX International Design Awards.

    Set 200m from the sea in a elevated position, this 350m2 house is designed for the ultimate in luxurious holiday living. The large floor to ceiling glass windows are designed to maximise the view of the Bay, whilst the villa's dramatic curved walls focus your view onto the Perast islands. Generous inside living space is combined with very large terraces and a swimming pool with an amazing infinity edge view out over the Bay. Underground garage for two cars, a sauna room, hot tub and wine cellar are amongst the many features that mark this as a truly outstanding property.

    Greenfield Living - Lucici Village

    The opportunity to take part in the refurbishment of entire ruined old-stone village was not to be missed. The reconstruction of the village was planned to achieve a sense of community whilst allowing residents to enjoy their privacy. An crucial objective was to retain and enhance the many natural and distinctive elements that give Lucici its unique character, such as the attractive stone arches, open piazzas and terraces, tree covered alleyways and pathways, all augmented by the spectacular views.