Looking for specialist, professional advice on repairing or restoring your traditional stone property?
Who are we?
We are multi-disciplinary team dedicated to the conservation and repair of our built heritage and provide clients with high quality, independent and pragmatic advice. We can advise on the most complex and challenging of projects and carry appropriate professional indemnity insurance for our clients’ peace of mind.
How can we help?
- Building conservation advice.
- Stonework and plasterwork condition surveys.
- Stone and mortar analysis & matching.
- Lime mortar, plaster and render specification.
- Schedules of work and cost estimates.
- Technical reports and maintenance manuals.
- Listed building consent and planning advice.
Featured ‘Consultancy’ Case Studies
Larbert East Church - Larbert
Larbert East Church is a Category B Listed building built in 1900 on the site of the previous Free Church (1843). It comprises a Gothic design with an imposing tower with crenellated parapet and angle finials; the building is of squared stugged ashlar with tooled dressings throughout ...
Salmon House - Portsoy
Salmon House is a Category B Listed building located on Portsoy Harbour. It was built in 1834 to prepare the salmon for transport to market, to store and repair the fishing nets and to provide sleeping and cooking space for workmen. It is one of the last remaining salmon bothys in Scotland ...
Ardverikie House - Loch Laggan
Ardverikie House is a Category A Listed building situated on a promontory overlooking Loch Laggan in the Scottish Highlands. It was designed by John Rhind of Inverness in a Scots baronial style, its gabled roofline complete with octagonal turrets with corbelled conical roofs. The tower panel is ...