We have over 30 years’ experience in the repair and conservation of historic buildings. Our clients include Building Preservation Trusts, universities, churches and private owners. We have worked on many fine historic buildings, from university colleges and Georgian houses, to listed churches and war memorials.
Our conservation team is headed by Rob Harrington and comprises two AABC* accredited conservation architects, and one RIBA** conservation architect.
* Architects Accredited in Building Conservation, ** Royal Institute of British Architects
We offer our clients a full architectural design service from inception to completion, which includes:
“BTP understood our vision from the very first brief. The team has extensive previous experience, which instilled a level of confidence that the restoration of Swarthmoor Hall would be treated sensitively. We are most impressed with the final result.”
Jane Pearson, Manager, Swarthmoor Hall
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