Conservation Of Masonry

 

We offer consultancy on areas such as stone conservation, shelter coat and mortar analysis, traditional plaster lime and render methods, timber and lead conservation, cleaning and repair. In addition to conservation in situ our workshops in Shepton Mallet are well equipped for specialist conservation, repair and restoration.

Related Case Studies

Brickwork at St. Giles House, Wimborne St. Giles

Brickwork at St. Giles House, Wimborne St. Giles

Brickwork conservation and new build.

The brickwork of this elegant Grade I listed renaissance building has been extensively repaired and repointed. Original 17th Century brickwork, and historic repairs, have been blended seamlessly with new materials.

Brook Hall Early Wing - Conservation Repairs

Brook Hall Early Wing - Conservation Repairs

Conservation repairs to the structure roof and masonry has saved this heritage building at risk.

The Grade I listed medieval early wing of Brook Hall was regarded by English Heritage as one of the highest priority Buildings at Risk. It is now no longer on the risk register following repair works by Ellis and Co (Restoration and Building).

Gloucester Cathedral Reordering

Gloucester Cathedral Reordering

Creation of a welcome visitor experience at Gloucester Cathedral

HLF funded Project Pilgrim set out to improve access at Gloucester Cathedral and create a welcoming experience for visitors. The project included both interior and exterior works including roofing and masonry repairs.   

Newport Minster, Isle of Wight

Newport Minster, Isle of Wight

Roofing, masonry repairs, glazing conservation and internal reordering.

Newport Minster is the principal church of the Isle of Wight, a Grade I listed building which serves the island community and some 30,000 visitors each year. It provides a place of quiet reflection and a demonstration of the islands heritage.

Old Blue Coat School, Thatcham

Old Blue Coat School, Thatcham

Restoration of a Grade I listed 14th Century Chapel and Community Centre.

The Old Bluecoat School is an interesting Grade I listed building of mixed materials with origins in the 14th Century. National Trust note it as “One of the most important buildings in the area and of National importance”.

Powderham Castle Belvedere

Powderham Castle Belvedere

Ellis and Co repairs at Powderham Castle

The Belvedere was built between 1771 and 1774 in the gothic style and in the landscaped tradition of country houses.

St Marys Church, Bridgwater

St Marys Church, Bridgwater

St Mary’s Church is Grade I listed building dating from the 13th Century.

St Mary’s Church is Grade I listed building dating from the 13th C with a Victorian styled interior. Ellis and Company were principle contractor to reorder the church for contemporary use by completing a programme of structural repairs .

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