As well as having significant experience of new build hotels we have also worked with a number of historic listed buildings and have been involved in a number of sensitive restoration projects as a result.

Doubletree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre

Appointed to manage £650k investment to preserve the Category ‘A’ listed building (built in 1892), the project included:

  • Preservation of the polished cream ashlar façade and replacement of large, curved, polished ashlar lintels.
  • New sandstone details that had been weathered beyond repair were also indented by expert stonemasons using traditional techniques and methods.
  • Repair and redecoration of timber window frames.
  • The restoration works took place in careful stages ensuring minimal disruption to guests.

Crewe Hall, Cheshire


Appointed to manage roof and façade restoration of 117-bedroom Grade II listed mansion built in 1638.

This included:

  • Undertaking critical roof restoration works to prevent water ingress.
  • Restoring original rainwater goods, roofing fabric and features.


The Queens Hotel, Leeds


Appointed to act as project manager to complete high priority structural façade retention works to this 215-bedroom Grade II listed building.

This included:

  • Laser scanning.
  • Thermographic surveys.