We are an award-winning Chartered Building Surveying Practice specialising in historic buildings. Our work is predominantly Northern Ireland based but we undertake commissions throughout Ireland and the UK. We provide expert architectural and surveying building conservation guidance on the condition, repair, restoration and adaptation of historic buildings, landscapes and structures.
Historic Building Consultants
Maintenance of Church BuildingsWorking with five rural parishes to deal with a growing backlog of maintenance issues
Church RepairsKnockbreda, Christ Church and St Clements together represent typical, suburban, inner city and rural Church of Ireland Parishes in the Diocese of Down and Dromore
Andrew Jackson CottageThe Andrew Jackson homestead is a listed, direct entry, central hearth, vernacular cottage, dating from the mid-18th century
Killeavy CastleKilleavy Castle is a Grade A listed building and is a very fine example of a pre-Victorian mock Tudoresque Castle.
Tom Frizzell’s CottageGrade B2 listed building, mud walled thatched cottage, originally constructed in 1740
The recent project of external repairs to the mid-19th century Ulster Reform Club, Belfast has just completed. This work included maintenance and repairs to the external ashlar and carved stone, external joinery, slating, leadwork and renewal of the external lighting. The Practice worked hard for the Building Committee ensuring the priorities of commercial leases were met, quality of work was upheld and costs kept under control. We worked in conjunction with our partners, Dickson Fitzgerald Architects, Brian Jennings Quantity Surveyors and H J O’Boyle, Contractors.