Preserving a legacy
“Conservation means the wise use of the earth and its resources for the lasting good of men.”
How do we protect those historic buildings that future generations will inherit? It starts with preserving their character. Sensitive conservation. Restoring cathedrals, historic houses and public buildings requires specialist skills – as well as time-served experience in this sector.
In addition, we recognise the need to work collaborative. It’s the best way to conserve, restore and refurbish our beautiful buildings – especially those which are protected, listed or simply vulnerable.
You’re in safe hands
First of all, you’ll find us familiar with the latest building guidelines and industry standards.
This is where specialist expertise counts. We’re no strangers to helping restore prestigious buildings across the UK. The same stone that was specified at our West Court development at Jesus College has been supplied all over the country – to places like Windsor Castle and York Minster. Due to the popularity of our stone, you’ll see it used extensively in other Oxford and Cambridge colleges, too.
Design expertise in conservation and restoration
We don’t just provide the materials. Our expert team excel at working closely with contractors and architects for the best outcomes.
You can rely on our full support at every stage of your project – from concept to completion. As a result, many well-known companies come to us, time after time.
Finally, we’re here to help. When you’re ready to discuss your next conservation and restoration project, call us on 01780 740970. You can request a sample of our stunning local stone or download a brochure here.