Structural repairs to mediaeval towerhouse; alterations and refurbishment to convert from monastic use into a private residence.
Structural repairs to Scots Baronial mansion designed by David Bryce in 1856, including extensive roof repairs for new owners. The 6-month contract was undertaken below a scaffolding tent during winter months, and was completed under budget and within progamme.
Generational repairs to former conventual buildings, including original C15 timber scissor-braced truss roof, in close consultation with Historic Scotland, for owners.
Structural repairs to private C12 towerhouse, including floor strengthening and finding service routes above exquisite plaster ceilings for central heating. Also repairs to roof and exterior to ensure that the building is fit for the next century.
Structural repairs to Baronial mansion designed by David Bryce in 1865 formerly used as a school, and conversion back to a private residence, after a decade of vacancy.