The Historic Building sector is one we thrive in. We have enjoyed the challenge of successfully restoring and renovating Listed and Historic buildings across Devon for many years, and the unique challenges and constraints these projects offer. Our company prides itself on restoring the history of our community and working to traditional methods which we have become specialised in. Over the years we have built a wealth of experience in these environments working in various churches, manors houses, and high profile historic buildings such as the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter. Below is a small preview of our Historic Buildings sector portfolio:
Refurbishment of the Church of the Assumption of Our Lady, Torquay
Refurbishment of the Church of the Assumption of Our Lady in Torquay
Project Value: £750,000 | Client: Diocese of Plymouth | Completed: Oct 2017
Project Ref: 4059
Improvements to the parish facilities.
The first section of the works included the conversion the existing St Vincent's hall building into two modern apartments. This required two new wing extensions, and a full refurbishment of the existing structure. This included external landscaping and the installation of new incoming services, new floor structures, structural reinforcements and repointing to the existing masonry walls, new roof, replacement aluminium windows and doors, and a complete internal refurbishment.
Section two of the works was a complete refurbishment of the assumption centre building. This included the installation of a new commercial kitchen, alteration of existing layout, complete mechanical and electrical installation, oak flooring, new ceilings, full redecoration, replacement RWG's, as well as an extension to create a new toilet block, and a new glazed link building with a zinc roof linked to the main church. This newly improved hall facilities, office and toilets will provide improvements for the parish and for hire.
The third and final section of the works was to repair and renew the main churches existing roof coverings and rain water goods, and to install new external downlighting.
Refurbishment of 5 No. Historic Buildings in Exeter
Refurbishment of 5 N° Historic Buildings in Exeter
Project Value: £192,000 | Client: Exeter City Council | Completed: Oct 2016
Project Ref: 4049
Refurbishment of Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Bradnich Place, Barnfield Theatre, Topsham Museum, and St Nicholas Priory.
Scaffolding was erected to allow works to be carried out on each building which included gutter cleaning and minor repairs. Works included resin and redecoration to flat roof windows, the removal and making good following extraction unit removal.
Complete cleaning and decoration works to full elevations of 2 buildings.
All of the above works were carried out during normal working hours whilst the buildings were open and active which required competent management to ensure the minimum amount of disruption to the Client daily operations.