The Building Conservation Directory 2024

41 CATHEDRAL COMMUNICATIONS THE BUILDING CONSERVATION DIRECTORY 2024 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1 ◼ AECOM (BUILDING ENGINEERING) Aldgate Tower, 2 Leman Street, London E1 8FA Tel 07812 352218 Email STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: Conservation accredited structural specialists experienced in structural surveys and appraisals through to the design and specification of repairs and alterations to existing buildings in historic and non-historic settings. AECOM offers a wide range of experience, from initial feasibility schemes through to detailed design and implementation on site. Recent completion of a landmark London museum refurbishment project, and the re-development of an existing historic museum on the Isle of Man. Conservation projects include hotels, marine structures, agricultural buildings, 18th century workhouse/infirmary, large country houses, UK embassies and several UNESCO protected buildings in Eastern Europe. Offices throughout the UK and overseas. ◼ BARTON ENGINEERS LTD 6.7 Bedford House, Fulham Green, 69–79 Fulham High Street, London SW6 3JW Tel 020 7631 0348 Email STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: An award-winning practice working on a range of projects, including the National Gallery, Windsor Castle, and the De La Warr Pavilion. Barton Engineers is equally equipped to work on domestic and small-scale projects. Established in 1993, the practice is uniquely placed to provide an excellent design service in the conservation field, being able to combine design ingenuity with a profound understanding of conservation philosophy and techniques. Barton Engineers’ director, Bob Barton, is a conservation accredited engineer. The practice includes chartered architects and project managers with a broad range of experience who work on projects throughout the UK. ◼ BLACKETT-ORD CONSERVATION LIMITED ▪ 33 Chapel Street, Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria CA16 6QR Tel 01768 352572 Contact Charles Blackett-Ord CEng FICE FConsE CARE (Conservation Accredited Engineer) ▪ Horton House, Exchange Flags, Liverpool L2 3PF Tel 0151 3537130 Contact Ian Weir CEng MICE CARE (Conservation Accredited Engineer) Email CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: CARE accredited experts work throughout the North of England, Southern Scotland and Wales on repair and conservation of historic buildings and ancient monuments, including listed bridges, mills and mining infrastructures, 18th-century grand houses, churches, medieval buildings and ruins. Projects have won RICS Conservation Awards, IStructE Awards and Civic Trust Awards. The use of traditional materials both in repairs and new work is encouraged and the practice has particular expertise in the use of lime mortars. STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS @conisbee_london We provide a full range of heritage engineering services including conservation design and repair assessment, appraisals of structure and fabric, feasibility studies, forensic engineering and expert witness services. Our heritage team includes members on the Conservation Accreditation Register for Engineers (CARE) which identifies civil and structural engineers skilled in the conservation of historic structures and sites. We help manage the challenges presented by a wide range of listed buildings and scheduled ancient monuments while maximising the opportunities for their future use. London 020 77006666 Norwich 01603 628074 Cambridge 01223 656058 Colchester 01206 581950 ◼ C T P CONSULTING ENGINEERS 154 High Street, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 1XE Tel 01732 740195 Email STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: CTP Consulting Engineers is an expanding Kent based centre of excellence for conservation with 3 CARE accredited engineers and a 7 strong heritage team, having merged with Adrian Cox Associates. The company’s priorities are collaboration, best solutions, wide experience of materials, and creative approach to repair while minimizing intervention wherever possible. CTP engineers have also maintained the Brighton Royal Pavilion for 20 years. The Natural History Museum’s first major refurbishment since the 1970s, included suspending the blue whale skeleton from wrought iron girders. Major projects include Guildford and Rochester Cathedrals, castles, museums, houses and barns; including cost efficient solutions for conversion, churches; including three King of Prussia’s Gold Medal awards for Grade I listed churches, schools; including Sevenoaks, Tonbridge, West Dean and National Trust properties; Petworth, Chartwell, Sissinghurst Castle and Gotham Mote. Overseas projects in Hong Kong and Malta. ◼ CAMBRIDGE ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH LTD Unit 6, 25 Gwydir Street, Cambridge CB1 2LG Tel 07837 729551 Email STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: See also: display and profile entries in Heritage Consultants, page 31.