Contact

To discuss your restoration project, contact us:

Restoration Projects
6 Graphite Business Park
Graphite Way, Hadfield
Glossop, Derbyshire, SK13 1QH

Tel – 01457 861702
Fax – 01457 864210
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Restoration projects accreditations

Conversions

In response to our clients’ specific requirements, we use our knowledge of traditional and contemporary construction methods to transform, convert and extend old properties. The results provide welcoming, modern spaces that are sympathetically designed and remain true to their original heritage.

We have the expertise to carry out all aspects of conversions and extensions of properties including:

  • Project Management
  • Design and build including a full turn-key service from design to completion
  • In house Health and Safety services
  • Experienced time served trades
  • Compliance with all current environmental and building regulations
  • Sympathetic reordering of churches and listed buildings
  • Combining traditional and modern approaches to change the use of buildings, whether they are being extended or refurbished
  • Extension, refurbishment and fit out
  • Structural work
  • Carpentry and joinery
  • Roof repairs
  • Traditional slating and tiling

Restoration

We have extensive knowledge and experience of sympathetic restoration of historic buildings, and as such we are often appointed as principal contractor on a project, where we work directly with our clients offering project management and full turnkey solutions.

We also work alongside well established conservation building professionals providing specialist input and forming an alliance on a collaborative project.

Our time served professional and enthusiastic team has the expertise to carry out all aspects of restoration work, including:

  • Project management
  • In house Health & Safety
  • Ecclesiastical works
  • Quinquennial maintenance
  • Extensions and refurbishment
  • Structural works
  • Carpentry and joinery
  • Roof repairs
  • Traditional slating and tiling
  • Lead work and lead theft prevention
  • Timber preservation and dry rot eradication
  • Stone masonry
  • Lime mortar repairs and pointing
  • Monuments and memorials
  • Traditional and ornamental plastering
  • Painting and decorating
  • Associated mechanical and electrical works
  • Insurance work

About

Traditional values with a modern approach

Restoration Projects is at the forefront of construction and project management for conservation, restoration and refurbishment of historic properties.

Our restoration team are all passionate about restoring the unique integrity and character of historic buildings and over the years we’ve worked on every type of property imaginable, from country estates, listed commercial buildings, cathedrals, churches, private residences to memorials.

Our skilled team bring a modern, 21st century approach to project management, procurement and Health & Safety regulations, alongside our time-served traditional building craftspeople. Combined with our reputation for delivering the very highest standards of workmanship, excellent logistical understanding of restoration issues and meticulous attention to detail, generates a lot of repeat business and referrals.

A contemporary approach to building restoration

Restoration Projects specialises in high-class restoration work. Drawing on three generations of experience, we are passionate about our craft.

Pictured – James Bell, Grandfather of our Managing Director

News

  • Curtains Close on the First Phase of the The Royal Exchange Theatre Restoration in Manchester
  • Restoration Projects’ MD appears in The Sunday Times’ ask the expert column
  • June 2012 Overview
  • We are now an approved Contractor for Chatsworth Estates
  • United Utilities progress

Curtains Close on the First Phase of the The Royal Exchange Theatre Restoration in Manchester

Restoration Projects, have completed phase one of a two phase restoration at The Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester. The Grade II listed building, resides within Manchester’s cultural hub and boasts thousands of vistors every year.

Following water ingress, many sections of the ornate plaster cornice were damaged, Restoration Projects were tasked to undertake the necessary repairs to the damaged features (including soffits, cornices & corbels) as well as resin flake paint analysis & the formation of new moulds to rejuvenate the damaged area.

The scheme has gained significant acclaim, including being featured in Refurb Projects magaine. Read the article here:

http://refurbprojects-online.com/2013/12/theatre-restoration/

Alternatively see the full case study here:

http://restorationprojects.co.uk/#case-studies

Restoration Projects’ MD appears in The Sunday Times’ ask the expert column

Restoration Projects’ Managing Director Adam Bell, has appeared in the Sunday Times’ ask the expert column, answering questions from the general public on issues regarding construction & refurbishment of Listed Buildings. Adam advised the public on a variety of issues ranging from planning regulations to sources of available funding on existing projects, appearing twice on the 18th of August & 1st September 2013.

See The Sunday Times’ Ask the Expert column (18th August) here

See The Sunday Times’ Ask the Expert column (1st September) here

 

 

 

June 2012 Overview

After the wettest month since records began in 1911 work is now completed to the prestigious redevelopment in the High Peak. Formerly a large dilapidated farm house and barn the project has seen the creation of over 5,000sq ft of ultra-high spec living space for a private client.

We are now an approved Contractor for Chatsworth Estates

Restoration Projects is delighted to announce that it is now an Approved Contractor for Chatsworth Estates which comprises of the famous Stately Home, Chatsworth Park over 1000 acres of parkland, approximately 36,000 acres of farmland with dozens of tenanted farms and over 450 other houses and flats.

United Utilities progress

Work continues on United Utilities Farms throughout the North West as part of our 3 year Framework Agreement.