Skills & Knowledge

As heritage advisor to public and private clients, the practice offers a flexible and practical approach, tailored to particular project needs.  There is flexibility in how work is structured, from acting as a member of a larger project team to coordinating input from other specialists.

Key skills and knowledge that underpin the practice:


  •        Experience of working within a project team on complex buildings / sites
  •        Experience of procuring and coordinating other specialist input
  •        Ability to assess and analyse buildings and sites
  •        Ability to identify and prioritise conservation and repair options
  •        Understanding of traditional building materials, their weathering in an external environment
  •        Technical understanding of cleaning and repair methods and materials
  •        Comprehensive knowledge of history of art and building construction
  •        Knowledge of the statutory controls which apply in the repair of historic fabric
  •        High Standard of clear, concise documentation
  •        Impartial, independent advice, unbiased by commercial interest


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