Specialist Building Restoration

& Construction

Outdoors shot of Fold Court

Our family company has a tradition restoring and converting buildings that goes back many years. We have honest working relationships with industry professionals, local authorities and most importantly our clients. Our approach in this area is not that of a modern building contractor. Our enthusiasm, expertise and dedication, combined with the quality of our craftsmanship enables us to deliver projects from the humble to the grand. Restoring and converting buildings is in our blood.

A sympathetic and sensitive approach to our work enables us to complete many of the awkward and unusual situations these types of projects will present. We take great care to recycle, re-use and reclaim materials. This compliments the structure and surrounding areas thus minimising our impact on what should remain a natural environment. The same should be considered with areas such as building regulations and structural integrity, we will offer you practical benefits with a minimised visual impact.

Dudley Zoo Arch and Cobbled Floor
External picture of First Steps Nursery

We give great care to understand our clients vision, and our network of professionals understand the way we work. This allows us to be both humble and certain of delivering your project from the early stages of consultation and planning right through to the final stages of completion. Our involvement with buildings ranges from historical and listed to barn conversions & mills. Our diverse portfolio of work can make us your ideal choice, however simple or complex. In 2010 we were asked to visit Normandy to save an oak timber framed building. It was badly damaged and had fallen against a tree, the king post truss was also missing. But for the tree the building would have been on the ground. Using ropes and without the aid of machinery, we got the structure ready for French builders to commence its refurbishment.

In 2010 we were asked to visit Normandy to save an oak timber framed building. It was badly damaged and had fallen against a tree, the king post truss was also missing. But for the tree the building would have been on the ground. Using ropes and without the aid of machinery, we got the structure ready for French builders to commence its refurbishment.

The timber shell of a house in Normandy with the gable resting on scaffolding
The timber gable being handed pulled up in Normandy
The timber shell of a house in Normandy