Recent Projects

Here are examples of some of our recent and ongoing projects:


All Saints Church, West Yorkshire

All Saints, Featherstone, West Yorkshire, a Grade II* Listed Building, is recorded in the Doomsday survey of 1086. The oldest remaining part of the church is the 12th century north wall of the nave

Upon surveying the building, we discovered that the east wall of the transept was in a very poor condition, particularly the facade above the springing line which required renewal. In brief, new ashlar, arched voussoirs, tracery and mullions were produced and fixed and an in-situ arch beam was incorporated over the voussoirs. Work was carried out on the merlons and ashlar was replaced in numerous areas of the building


Roker Park Fountain, Sunderland

The memorial drinking fountain, a Grade II Listed Building, was erected to commemorate the centenary of the establishment of Sunday Schools and the opening of Roker Park on June 23 1880

During renovation, the fountain was dismantled. New lettered panels, replicating the originals, were produced and a new entablature was masoned and fixed. Four new lions heads, modelled and cast in bronze, were reinstated after loss of the originals


Doxford House, Silksworth

Doxford House, a Grade II* Listed Building, formerly  known as Silksworth House, was constructed between 1775–1780

The rear elevation has been extensively refurbished. We have supplied and fitted new string courses, quoins, and window sets, supplied and fitted matching bricks, and have stabilised and repointed the wall in natural lime mortar. In addition, the stacks were dismantled and rebuilt

Only one ‘after’ photo though more soon to be posted


Headland, Whitby Abbey

Extensive work was carried out on the Grade I Listed Building Visitor Centre and surrounding garden areas, including rebuilding, repointing and consolidation to new and original fabric, including new stonework