Cheltenham Ladies College 2009
Civic Leeds for Laing O’Rourke 2007.
Capesthorne Hall Chapel 2002
Burlington Arcade. Piccadilly, London 2001
Survey and evaluation for repair of lime plaster walls within shop units. Followed by the repairs within operating High class retailers.
Oxford and Cambridge Club, Smoking room. Pall Mall.
Lime repair to internal walls.
Newark Park. Gloucestershire 1998
External Hydraulic Lime render to match existing exactly.
Windsor Castle. 1996
Lime works to Equerries Staircase, the oldest surviving element of the Castle.
CHIJ, Church of the Holy Infant Jesus, Singapore. 1996
Lime repair trials for restoration of 600 modelled capitals around the Convent.
Welbeck College. Newark. 1996
Restoration of “Sunken” Ballroom cornice in run lime onto lath the largest run cornice undertaken to date.
Barlaston Hall, Staffordshire. 1995
Full restoration of all principal rooms with in-situ run cornices to lathed brackets and hand modelled enrichments to most areas.
Knowle Hall, Solihull
Lime in-situ repairs to façade and entrance
YHA. Carter Lane, St Paul’s 1993
Scraffito technique panel repairs to mate in with surviving elements on the external elevations of the ex choir school building. Carried out in various grades of coloured sand lime coatings cut away to give two tone cartoons.
Hardwick Old Hall, Nr Sheffield. (National Trust) 1991
Lime Grouts of detached Tudor plasterwork combined with steel pinning restraint systems.
Sutton Scarsdale. Nr Chesterfield. (English Heritage) 1991
Consolidation and protection to listed monument with Lime grouting to hollow plasterwork, tile hooding, and lime wash coating.
Brodsworth, Nr Doncaster. (English Heritage) 1990
In-situ lime run cornice repairs.
New Parliamentary Buildings. Westminster. 1988
Full refurbishment of Early Georgian ceilings incorporating all salvaged materials to reinstate original schemes.
Wilton House, Salisbury. 1987
Restoration of Cube and Double cube rooms, plus in-situ Lime run cornice.
Shugborough Hall. Stafford (National Trust)
Reinstatement of fallen ceiling moulding recreating the exact profile before collapse with traditional materials incorporating salvaged original material. 1987
Llancaich Fawr. Wales. 1987
Full internal reinstatement of 3 storey medieval manor house with split oak lath, produced by Hayles & Howe, re plastered with Haired Lime/sand mixes in the traditional manner
Royal Fort House, Bristol. 1984
Reinstatement of Flemish modelled creatures to staircase.