Conservation and repair of the roof to West Dean House, focusing on the roofs of the historic college buildings. The repairs required a scaffold with temporary roof and due to the construction of the House, an independent scaffold had to be designed to span the existing building without taking any load off the existing structure. As
Works to this grade I listed building included substantial repairs to the structure of the roof over the Long Gallery and hammer beam roof over the Great Hall. The roofs are covered in Horsham stone. The works were phased and received grant aid from English Heritage.
Restoration works to the pavilion and lean-to building to extend the tearooms, with careful detailing to attend to issues of overheating in the summer and leaks in the winter. Work involved developing an appropriate roof covering to retain the rhythm of the glazing bars and the ambience of the historic glass houses within the grade
Sympathetic repairs and subtle alterations to a significant post-war private country house built to the designs of the acclaimed Scottish architect Sir James Dunbar-Nasmith in 1964 to 1965. The proposals included repair works and internal reordering to the house which is set in the New Forest with sublime views over the Solent and Isle of
Repair works to a grade II* listed building which dates back to the early 17th century, converted into an almshouse in 1746 and retaining that use to this day. The works included careful removal of a large amount of modern cementitious pointing prior to specialist analysis and repointing with a traditional lime mortar to match
Providing ongoing assistance with a multi-phase, long term Heritage Lottery funded conservation repair project relating to a number of ‘Heritage at Risk’ museum buildings and structures within this listed public heritage site. Managing a team of specialist consultants and contractors, the project’s emphasis is on the continued development of the site as an educational source
Works involved conservation of the plaster relief panels in the chapel which dates back to the 16th century, the house having been semi-destroyed by fire in 1763 but never reinstated. Jane Jones-Warner was the Inspecting Architect to this grade I listed Ancient Scheduled Monument and the works were part funded by English Heritage.