We have extensive experience of conservation engineering projects and apply a detailed understanding of traditional materials and forms of construction to investigate, design sensitive repairs and conserve historic structures.
We combine this with the application of state-of-the art survey techniques such as laser scanning, radar surveys and thermal imaging, concrete testing, specialist access and drone surveys.
Specialist reports and surveys: including condition, feasibility, repair methodology, structural assessment, finite element analysis, hydraulic platform inspections and strength testing,
Assessment of listed buildings: including churches, scheduled ancient monuments, towers, facades, barns, cantilever stone staircases, balconies, garden walls and structures, and chimney stacks.
Evaluation of materials: including timber frames, cast iron, wrought iron, faience, terracotta, steel filler joist concrete floors, concrete structures, stone repairs, grouting, consolidation of brickwork, remedial tying, specialist cleaning, underpinning, floor strengthening, and steel corrosion.
If you don’t see your requirements listed here, please email us and ask, we can help.
A sensitive restoration of a Grade I-listed house
Repairing and refurbishing two Grade I-listed buildings in London’s finest Georgian square.
A comprehensive refurbishment of a Grade II-listed landmark in London
Creating new homes in Liverpool Docklands from a Grade II listed building