The Building Conservation Directory 2020

34 T H E B U I L D I N G C O N S E R VAT I O N D I R E C T O R Y 2 0 2 0 C AT H E D R A L C O MM U N I C AT I O N S STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS continued ◾ BLACKETT-ORD CONSERVATION LIMITED 33 Chapel Street, Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria CA16 6QR Tel 01768 352572 Contact Charles Blackett-Ord CEng FICE FConsE CARE (Conservation Accredited Engineer) ▪ Studio 522, Horton House, Exchange Flags, Liverpool L2 3PF Contact Ian Weir CEng MICE CARE (Conservation Accredited Engineer) Email CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS : CARE and AABC accredited experts work throughout the North of England, Southern Scotland and Wales on repair and conservation of historic buildings and ancient monuments, including listed bridges, 18th-century grand houses, churches, medieval buildings and ruins. Projects have won RICS Conservation Awards, IStructE Awards and Civic Trust Awards. The use of traditional materials both in repairs and new work is encouraged and the practice has particular expertise in the use of lime mortars and renders. ◾ C T P CONSULTING ENGINEERS 154 High Street, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 1XE Tel 01732 740195 Email STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS : CTP Consulting Engineers is an experienced and agile practice with specialists in conservation. The company’s clients include heritage bodies, churches, public authorities and private owners who trust it to maintain, alter and extend their buildings and structures with sensitivity. It has two conservation accredited engineers and 35 staff. CTP has helped maintain the Royal Brighton Pavilion for 20 years and has worked with many independent schools and colleges, including Tonbridge and West Dean. Its work overseas includes the restoration of the breakwater at Valetta in Malta, a UNESCO world heritage site. ◾ 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 and Westminster School. ◾ CURTINS Units 24 & 25 Riverside Place, K-Village, Lound Road, Kendal LA9 7FH Tel 01539 724823 Email CONSERVATION STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS : Established over 50 years ago, Curtins is independently owned and works as one business from 14 locations across the UK. The firm’s CARE accredited engineers provide specialist structural engineering advice on work ranging from small-scale care and repair of undesignated heritage buildings through to major repair and conservation works on Grade I and Grade A listed structures and scheduled ancient monuments. Curtins has extensive experience with historic building materials including masonry, timber, iron, early steel and concrete. Its varied commissions encompass the structural repair and conservation of architectural and civil engineering heritage structures. ◾ HOCKLEY & DAWSON CONSULTING ENGINEERS LTD The Great Barn, Smithbrook Barns, Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8LH Tel 01483 548784 Email CONSULTING ENGINEERS : Hockley & Dawson has many years experience providing structural engineering solutions for the care and repair of historic and sensitive structures. The company combines significant experience with innovation in the use of traditional and modern materials and techniques to ensure sympathetic, proportionate and economic solutions with an emphasis on minimum intervention. This approach can be seen on a diverse array of structures, including the Tower of London, Windsor Castle, Hardwick Hall and the Airship Hangar at Farnborough. Hockley & Dawson’s approach has resulted in a number of awards and long-term relationships with conservation architects, surveyors and client bodies. ◾ HURST PEIRCE & MALCOLM LLP Celtic House, 33 John’s Mews, Holborn, London WC1N 2QL Tel 020 7242 3593 Fax 020 7405 5274 Email CHARTERED 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 becoming a prerequisite for conservation work for clients such as English Heritage. 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 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 ▪ 9–11 Corporation Square, Belfast BT1 3AJ Tel 02890 998670 Email CONSULTING CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS : Working nationally on historic structures and ancient monuments since 1986. Winners of the National 2016 IStructE award for Structural Heritage, and the 2016 RICS award for building conservation. Projects range from cathedrals at Exeter, Winchester and St David’s to major works at Chatsworth House, Castle Drogo and Hillsborough Castle, Northern Ireland. Mann Williams works with Cadw throughout Wales and the DfC HED in Northern Ireland along with the Historic Royal Palaces and the National Trust. With offices in Bath, Belfast and Cardiff, Mann Williams is able to provide effective consultancy throughout the UK and Ireland.