The renovation of heritage and historic buildings provides challenges unique to other refurbishment projects. Not only does the restoration process require meticulous attention to detail and expert craftsmanship, but it also requires a comprehensive understanding of historic architecture in order to help preserve the historic value of any building.
Our expert conservation team based in Stevenage combine modern techniques and processes with their knowledge of traditional design to help restore a variety of heritage sites, from religious buildings to manor houses. Each project is undertaken with the sensitivity required to protect the cultural and societal impact the building has on a community whilst also ensuring that the architectural and structural integrity holds true for generations to come.
We have over 35 years’ experience in the building industry and in that time have worked at some fantastic locations. We are experienced in working with Grade II listed buildings and fully understand the complexities and skills needed to restore a wide range of structures.
If you think we’d be able to help you with your next building and refurbishment project, please don’t hesitate to get in touch or give us a call on 01438 365142.
Our Recent Conservation Projects
Grove Farm Heritage Centre, Extension Project
Working alongside a Grade II listed building, we took a considered approach to the design and construction of an archive centre.
St Peters Church, Refurbishment Project
This project was undertaken in a live environment so minimum interference to the building’s occupants was essential.