The Building Conservation Directory 2022

PLASTERWORK continued 168 T H E B U I L D I N G C O N S E R VAT I O N D I R E C T O R Y 2 0 2 2 C AT H E D R A L C O MM U N I C AT I O N S ◾ ST SWITHUNS BUILDING & CONSERVATION The Bothy Office, Sedgehill, Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 9JN Tel 01747 832386 Email PLASTERWORK : See also: display and profile entries in Building Contractors, page 66 and 68. ◾ STONEWEST LIMITED 4 Millbank, Westminster, London SW1P 3JA Tel 020 8684 6646 Email PLASTERWORK : See also: display entry in Building Contractors, page 68. ◾ SEANWHEATLEY Fircombe, Coney Park Lane, Combe Martin, Devon EX34 0LR Tel 01271 883349 Mobile 07831 295922 PLASTERING : Sean Wheatley has worked as a plasterer for 40 years, starting with modern materials but now concentrating on traditional methods and materials and decorative plasterwork. He has also been involved in the preparation of reports and surveys regarding the conservation and restoration of historic plasterwork in listed and historic buildings. Sean Wheatley gives demonstrations and teaching sessions on RICS/SPAB courses and is committed to passing on his knowledge; he has now put six apprentices through college – two of whom still work with him, the seventh started college in September 2021. Sean Wheatley and his team were winners of the FPDC Plasterers Award for Internal Plasterwork 2013 for the work carried out following the devastating fire in Dartmouth, and again in 2014 for the restoration of a Grade I listed Devon manor house. TILES ◾ ALDIS & MAY LTD 66 High Street, WickhamMarket, Suffolk IP13 0QU Tel 07714 779 811 / 07813 551 107 Email MOSAICS AND TILES : See also: display entry in Stone page 90. ◾ THE JACKFIELD CONSERVATION STUDIO 4 Mardol Terrace, Much Wenlock, Shropshire TF13 6BH Tel 01952 728434 Email CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION OF ARCHITECTURAL CERAMICS : Consultancy reports and surveys suitable for grant applications and specifications are carried out by Lesley Durbin, Emeritus Icon. The studio has expertise and experience in the conservation, restoration or relocation of architectural tile schemes and public art dating from the medieval period through to the 1970s. Established in 1990, clients include Palace of Westminster; HE Medieval Tile Project; Royal Courts of Justice; Harrogate Turkish Baths; Warwick Castle; National Trust; New College, Oxford; Osgoode Hall, Toronto and the City of London. Reviewer for the Getty Foundation. Free advice on the care of tiles can be found on the company’s website. MOSAICS ◾ D B R CONSERVATION 83 Victoria Street, London SW1H 0HW Tel 020 7277 7775 Fax 020 7635 0556 Email MOSAICS : See also: display and profile entries in Interiors Consultants & Conservators, page 154 and 153. ◾ HIRST CONSERVATION LTD Head office – Laughton, Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 0HE Tel 01529 497449 ▪ London office – 75 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EL Tel 0800 917 8664 Email CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION OF MOSAICS AND TILES : See also: display entry on the inside front cover and profile entry in Mortars & Renders, page 135. ◾ THE MOSAIC RESTORATION COMPANY LIMITED Unit 2 Egerton Close, Drayton Fields, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 8PE Tel 01788 510000 Email MOSAIC RESTORATION : Award-winning specialists in mosaic works, with over 30 years experience working throughout the UK. The company holds large stocks of valuable salvaged and new materials. The Northamptonshire workshop has been adapted to conserve, restore and fabricate new projects in marble, glass and ceramic. Workshop visits available by appointment. ◾ SKILLINGTONWORKSHOP LTD Units 6–7 Hollis Road, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG31 7QH Tel 01476 565671 Email MOSAICS : Skillington Workshop acts as a main and subcontractor for mosaic conservation projects on museum installations, listed buildings and ancient monuments. The workshops and purpose-built conservation studios in Grantham allow for works to be recorded and conserved by an in-house specialist conservation team and include the capacity for controlled storage of installations. Recent projects range from in situ works to Edwardian and Victorian floors and fireplaces, the recording, lifting, conservation and preparing for display of Roman mosaics for the University of Leicester following their discovery during construction works and two phases of the conservation of St George’s Garrison Church, Woolwich. See also: display entry in Sculpture, page 89.