Join Dave and Lizzie, who are already two months into converting a disused railway carriage into a holiday home.
Some careful restoration gets under way to keep the original train compartment blinds and Keiren gets to grips with tiling the bathroom floor.
Kieren helps Dave to build and install a fold-away table, plus the corridor ceiling is painted and basic kitchen plumbing is installed.
Kieren tackles one of the trickiest jobs so far: building and installing a fire-door. He also starts some exterior work and finishes the kitchen tiles.
The end is almost in sight for Dave and Lizzie and their holiday home carriage is finally being transported by low-loader into position at St Germans.
In Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, John and Anne purchase a former Methodist chapel and set about turning it into a five-bedroom home.
The chapel conversion in Northamptonshire is under way. Parts of the interior structure have seen major repairs, but there's still lots to be done.
When it is complete, the converted chapel will have 500 square feet of comfortable living space. In the meantime, there is still much work to be done.
Kieren's time on this project almost over but still left to do is replacing the old chapel windows, a tricky business while conforming to conservation regulations.
On site for just one more day, Kieren sets about installing a set of ornamental pillars and putting finishing touches to the chapel front door.
Work is already under way on the conversion of an ex-navy vessel. Keiren Kelly has to get to grips with the unique problems thrown up by it not being in...
Kieren Kelly returns to the navy-vessel conversion, and he has the task of building a glass display case under the main stairwell built from reclaimed bar fittings.
Master craftsman Keiran Kelly joins Rolf and Jill in Ipswich, where they are converting an ex-navy vessel into a luxury home. How is their ambitious project shaping up?
The ex-navy vessel converstion is starting to take shape. The boat's owners are keen on an ultra-modern look with amazing new products that not even Kieren's used!
This is craftsman Keiren Kelly's last visit to the amazing conversion of an old boat into a luxury living space, as the project nears completion.