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The paper used for

The Building Conservation Directory

is Satimat

Silk from wood fibre originating from sustainably managed forests.

THE BUILDING CONSERVATION DIRECTORY

The Twenty-third Edition of the Directory

Published January 2016

ISBN 978 1 900915 78 6

PUBLISHED BY

Cathedral Communications Limited,

High Street, Tisbury,

Wiltshire, England SP3 6HA

Tel 01747 871717

Fax 01747 871718

Email

info@buildingconservation.com www.buildingconservation.com

MANAGING DIRECTOR

Gordon Sorensen

EXECUTIVE EDITOR

Jonathan Taylor

MARKETING DIRECTOR

Elizabeth Coyle-Camp

DEPUTY EDITOR

David Boulting

PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATOR

Lynn Green

ADMINISTRATION

Lydia Porter

ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT

Nicholas Rainsford

Carla Winchcombe

TYPESETTING

&

DESIGN

xendo

PRINTING

Optichrome

The many companies and specialists advertising in

The

Building Conservation Directory

have been invited to

participate on the basis of their established involvement in

thefieldofbuildingconservationandthesuitabilityofsome

oftheirproductsandservicesforhistoricbuildings.Someof

the participants also supply products and services to other

areasofthebuildingmarketwhichhavenoapplicationinthe

building conservation field. The inclusion of any company

or individual in this publication should not necessarily be

regarded as either a recommendation or an endorsement

by the publishers. Although every effort has been made to

ensure that information in this book is correct at the time

of printing, responsibility for errors or omissions cannot

be accepted by the publishers or any of the contributors.

©Copyright 2016 Cathedral Communications Limited

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be

reproduced,storedinaretrievalsystem,ortransmitted,inany

formorbyanymeans,electronic,mechanical,photocopying,

recordings,orotherwise,withoutthepriorwrittenpermission

of Cathedral Communications Limited.

£16.95

The Building Conservation Directory

The Building Conservation Directory

provides specifiers of works to historic buildings, their contents and

surroundings a starting point in the search for appropriate products and services and expert advice.

Approximately 1,000 different companies and organisations are represented in this edition.

The many technical editorial articles are written by leaders in this field and cover a wide range of

important issues. The articles are not intended to be comprehensive but rather to raise awareness and

stimulate dialogue amongst those involved with old buildings. Other reference information points the

way on current legislation, continuing education and sources for further information and advice.

HOW TO FIND WHAT YOU NEED

1

The table of contents on page 3 together with the products and services index and the specialists

index at the back should help you find the product, service or supplier you are looking for.

Products/Services Selector tables, listing suppliers and their products and services head up each

main section.

2

Follow the index or Selector table page reference to the appropriate section or company and start

the selection process. It may be helpful to contact more than one supplier. And please remember

to tell each that you found them in

The Building Conservation Directory

.

3

If you still can’t find what or who you need, don’t despair. You can visit our industry leading

website at

www.buildingconservation.com

or ring us on 01747 871717 and we’ll try to put you in

touch with a supplier who can help.

All suppliers in the Directory pay a fee to be included and although Cathedral Communications does

not formally approve or recommend them we do screen out inappropriate suppliers and products to

maintain the established integrity of the Directory. This ensures that it remains a useful and credible

forum in which appropriate suppliers can promote their businesses. Directory users should seek more

detailed information and advice from suppliers before undertaking any sensitive project.

We are always looking for ideas to improve the Directory so please write to let us know if you have

any suggestions for improvements to its content or presentation which will help you in your work

with old buildings. And don’t forget, our website at

www.buildingconservation.com

is the primary

internet gateway to the building conservation and restoration industry and offers loads of supplier

and technical information. You’ll also find the Directory in its entirety on the website as a flipping-page

digital book, one more way to access the useful information it contains. Please see page 44 of this

edition for more information on the website, or why not click in to have a look for yourself?

Acknowledgements

For their contributions to this 23rd edition of the Directory we would particularly like to thank the

author of the foreword, secretary of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments

of Wales Christopher Catling, our advertisers for their continuing support and our dedicated

production team. Special mention goes also to all those who have contributed articles, illustrations

or information, including:

CATHEDRAL

C O M M U N I C A T I O N S

Cover design by xendo

Tom Addyman, Addyman Archaeology

Tim Belden, Norfolk Millwrights Alliance

Scott Bird, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

Roger Bowdler, Historic England

Sabine Brandt

Andy Brown, Historic England

Edward Bulmer, Edward Bulmer Pots of Paint

Cathie Clarke, The National Heritage Training Group

Ronnie Clifford, Ornate Interiors

Sara Crofts, Heritage Lottery Fund

Tobit Curteis, Tobit Curteis Associates

Ali Davey, Historic Scotland

Simon Dove, Hoare Lea Lighting

Jamie Fairchild, Restorative Techniques

Rod Fathers, Midlands Floor Springs

Jane Hegarty

Bob Hill, Historic Building Advisory Service

Jonathan Hipkiss

Nicky Hughes, English Heritage

Ben Kirk, Creative Heritage

Daniel Lea, Lost Art

Gerard Lynch

James Mitchell, Industrial Heritage Consulting

Lisa Oestreicher

Robyn Pender, Historic England

Page 7 Photography

Kimberly Reczek, DBR Conservation

Redshift Photography

Aysha Taylor

Sirri Topping, NVA

Clare Torney, Historic Scotland

Elaine Troup, Renfrewshire Council