The Building Conservation Directory 2024

42 THE BUILDING CONSERVATION DIRECTORY 2024 CATHEDRAL COMMUNICATIONS ◼ CLANCY CONSULTING LIMITED 7th Floor, Northumberland House, 303–306 High Holborn, London WC1V 7JZ Tel 07375 301423 Email STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: Clancy’s nationally distinguished heritage team specialises in the careful conservation and sensible refurbishment and transformation of historic buildings and architectural heritage. The team includes chartered civil and structural engineers experienced in heritage engineering and a Conservation Accredited Engineer under the CARE scheme. Approaching all projects with a pragmatic, hands-on and holistic approach, the heritage engineering team provides guidance and assistance to clients based on its experience in successfully strategising, planning, and delivering heritage projects to the highest quality. ◼ COBB & COMPANY 3rd Floor, 86–90 Paul Street, London EC2A 4NE Tel 020 7101 4994 Email STUCTURAL ENGINEERS: Cobb & Company is a structural engineering consultancy based in East London specialising in refurbishment, historic conservation and detailed modern structures. The company has worked on a diverse range of projects, both in size and scope, from small domestic alterations to larger institutional projects. Founder and principal Fiona Cobb is a CARE-registered structural engineer with over 20 years of experience working on buildings listed Grade I, II and II*, often within UNESCO world heritage zones. Current clients include Westminster Abbey, Westminster School, Maggie’s Centres and the National Trust. ◼ HURST PEIRCE & MALCOLM LLP Celtic House, 33 John’s Mews, Holborn, London WC1N 2QL Tel 020 7242 3593 Fax 020 7405 5274 Email CONSULTING CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: Founded 1910, Hurst Peirce & Malcolm LLP has extensive experience in the refurbishment and conservation of historic buildings and structures. Consultant Andrew Dutton is one of the few engineers accredited under the Conservation Accreditation Register of Engineers (CARE), which is a prerequisite for conservation work for clients such as Historic England. Projects are undertaken in London, the South East, across the UK and internationally. Recent projects include the Nelson Monument, Trafalgar Square, The Palace of Westminster, Old George Inn, Salisbury; Althorp House; Somerset House; Claremont Hotel, Eastbourne and many old but not listed properties. ◼ MANN WILLIAMS 7 Old King Street, Bath BA1 2JW Tel 01225 464419 Email ▪ 53 Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff CF10 5LR Tel 02920 480333 Email CONSULTING CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: Breathing new life into buildings and conserving our built heritage since 1986. Working nationally on historic structures and ancient monuments including cathedrals at Exeter, St Davids and Winchester; country estates including Chatsworth House, Longleat and Woburn Abbey; retrofit projects at Guildhall Bristol, SAID Business School and Silverstone. Mann Williams works closely with Cadw, DfC HED and English Heritage along with Landmark Trust, National Trust and Historic Royal Palaces. With offices in Bath and Cardiff, Mann Williams is able to provide effective consultancy throughout the UK and Ireland. ◼ MARBAS 31 The Square, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 9EX ▪ Generator Building, Finzels Reach, Bristol BS1 6BX Tel 01962 865321 Email Chris Smith CEng MIStructE MICE Conservation Accredited Engineer Rachael De’Ath CEng MIStructE MICE CARE ACCREDITED CONSULTING STRUCTURAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERS: A practice providing private and public clients with a personal service on a variety of projects. Experienced in sensitive and innovative conservation and repair of all types of historic buildings and scheduled monuments in a wide range of materials. Services include structural design, surveys and appraisals. The practice works closely with clients, architects and others to develop appropriate solutions for historic and new-build projects in historic settings. Projects include all grades of listed buildings, stately homes, town and country home adaptations, ecclesiastical work, rural conversions and historic park buildings. ◼ THE MORTON PARTNERSHIP LTD Old Timber Yard House, 55 The Timber Yard, Drysdale Street, London N1 6ND Tel 020 7324 7270 ▪ Brunel House, Norwich Road, Halesworth, Suffolk IP19 8HX Tel 01986 875651 Email CONSULTING STRUCTURAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERS: Founded in 1966, The Morton Partnership is an award-winning practice covering the UK, and abroad. The practice employs CARE accredited and chartered personnel and is predominantly involved with structural design to preserve or sympathetically enhance historic and listed buildings, with many renovation schemes including new-build elements. The philosophy of minimal structural intervention with cost-effective solutions has saved many historic structures. Projects include Westminster Abbey, South Triforium; Ironbridge, Shropshire; Canterbury Cathedral; Nottingham Castle; Creeksea Place; St Paul’s Cathedral Equal Access and St John’s Church, Hackney. Clients are offered a bespoke service to suit their requirements and scheme. ◼ P C A CONSULTING ENGINEERS 117 Fore Street, Kingsbridge, Devon TQ7 1AL Tel 01548 853097 Email CHARTERED STRUCTURAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERS: PCA is an award winning structural and civil engineering practice, with extensive experience and specialist knowledge in conservation engineering, led by its specialist Conservation Accredited Engineer (CARE), Paul Carpenter. PCA exercises a sympathetic and pragmatic approach when working on historic buildings. Projects include St Michael’s Mount, Lanhydrock House, Killerton House, Halswell House, Godolphin, Kings College Chapel, Cambridge and churches, mansions, forts and ancient monuments. ◼ S F K CONSULTING LLP 2nd Floor, Trinity House, 123 Winchester Road, Chandler’s Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO53 2DR Tel 023 8251 6969 Email CONSERVATION CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: SFK Consulting is a leading practice of civil, structural and environmental engineers working nationally in the conservation and repair of historic buildings, the design of new buildings in historic settings and the restoration of the built and natural environments. The partners have a personal involvement with each of their clients which include The Royal Household Property Section; National Trust; Eton College; Marlborough College; New College and Lincoln College, Oxford. The partners are also involved in projects at Winchester, Westminster and Arundel cathedrals. STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS cont’d