Projects Category: Ecclesiastical


Birmingham Cathedral

Built in 1715, St. Phillips is a fine example of English Baroque architecture. We have been engineers to the cathedral since 1976 and during the last 40 years have overseen the installation of the Song School, structural repairs to the parapets, repair of the dome and cupola and also the major re-ordering of the churchyard. Read More


Carlisle Cathedral

The Cathedral dates to 1123 with significant sections rebuilt in the 14th and 15th centuries. We have been engineers to the cathedral since 1994 and have continued the long term monitoring of the cathedral. Works have included careful stonework repairs to the transept and crossing. Read More


Derby Cathedral

The Cathedral dates from the 14th century with major works in the 16th, 18th and 20th centuries. We have been cathedral engineers since 2001 and worked on several of the cathedral buildings including works in association with the services re-ordering. Read More


Lichfield Cathedral

Lichfield Cathedral was built after the Norman invasion of 1066 and rebuilt in the Gothic style in the 14th Century. The famous west front was restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott in the 19th Century and is the only medieval cathedral to have three spires. We have been cathedral engineers since 1993 and in the [...] Read More


Hereford Cathedral

The Cathedral was originally founded on the site in 696, although the earliest surviving sections date to the 11th Century. We have been the cathedrals engineers since 1986 and over the last 30 years have overseen major structural works including the rebuilding of the East Wall of the Lady Chapel, Tower stabilisation works, complete re-ordering [...] Read More