Conservation & Church

Inverkeithing Parish Church project

 

design proposal for Dunfermline Abbey

Willowbrae Church Proposal

St matthew's church, Perth

 

To redevelop the main sanctuary to form a welcome area including a café; disabled & nappy changing area and upgrading of the main sanctuary and gallery to be a flexible, warm, welcoming space.

 

​Design: The key elements of redesigning the space included removal of the fixed pews to replace with removable seats allowing for a more flexible gathering space. Replacing the old wooden doors with automatic glass sliding allows the space to stay open and welcoming whilst retaining the heat in the space.

rEFURBISHMENT OF REDFORD BARRACKS, Edinburgh

 

Scope: To rectify inherent problems with the fabric of 33 buildings in Redford Barracks. The main problems included failing external stonework; water ingress and improvements to the ablutions and catering facilities

 

Design Parameters/ Drivers: The works were carried out within the one contract DE partnering Agreement and were carried out in planned programmed phases. The type of works that were carried out were : Replacement slate roof covering and repairs to flat roofs, Stonework repairs; replacement lead flashings and rainwater goods review, Repair / replace windows, cupolas and doors, Provide new kitchen and ablutions.

 

The main drivers for the conservation works was to maintain/conserve the buildings in a manner which satisfied the Local Authority, Historic Scotland and the requirements of the Army. All building works had to be carried out and planned without interfering with the operations of the Barracks.

 

 

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St matthew's church, Perth

 

Scope: To redevelop the main sanctuary to form a welcome area including a café; disabled & nappy changing area and upgrading of the main sanctuary and gallery to be a flexible, warm, welcoming space.

 

​Design: The key elements of redesigning the space included removal of the fixed pews to replace with removable seats allowing for a more flexible gathering space. Replacing the old wooden doors with automatic glass sliding allows the space to stay open and welcoming whilst retaining the heat in the space.

rEFURBISHMENT OF REDFORD BARRACKS, Edinburgh

 

Scope: To rectify inherent problems with the fabric of 33 buildings in Redford Barracks. The main problems included failing external stonework; water ingress and improvements to the ablutions and catering facilities

 

Design Parameters/ Drivers: The works were carried out within the one contract DE partnering Agreement and were carried out in planned programmed phases. The type of works that were carried out were : Replacement slate roof covering and repairs to flat roofs, Stonework repairs; replacement lead flashings and rainwater goods review, Repair / replace windows, cupolas and doors, Provide new kitchen and ablutions.

 

The main drivers for the conservation works was to maintain/conserve the buildings in a manner which satisfied the Local Authority, Historic Scotland and the requirements of the Army. All building works had to be carried out and planned without interfering with the operations of the Barracks.

 

 

St matthew's church, Perth

 

Scope: To redevelop the main sanctuary to form a welcome area including a café; disabled & nappy changing area and upgrading of the main sanctuary and gallery to be a flexible, warm, welcoming space.

 

​Design: The key elements of redesigning the space included removal of the fixed pews to replace with removable seats allowing for a more flexible gathering space. Replacing the old wooden doors with automatic glass sliding allows the space to stay open and welcoming whilst retaining the heat in the space.

rEFURBISHMENT OF REDFORD BARRACKS, Edinburgh

 

Scope: To rectify inherent problems with the fabric of 33 buildings in Redford Barracks. The main problems included failing external stonework; water ingress and improvements to the ablutions and catering facilities

 

Design Parameters/ Drivers: The works were carried out within the one contract DE partnering Agreement and were carried out in planned programmed phases. The type of works that were carried out were : Replacement slate roof covering and repairs to flat roofs, Stonework repairs; replacement lead flashings and rainwater goods review, Repair / replace windows, cupolas and doors, Provide new kitchen and ablutions.

 

The main drivers for the conservation works was to maintain/conserve the buildings in a manner which satisfied the Local Authority, Historic Scotland and the requirements of the Army. All building works had to be carried out and planned without interfering with the operations of the Barracks.

 

 

Conservation

& Church

St matthew's church, Perth

 

To redevelop the main sanctuary to form a welcome area including a café; disabled & nappy changing area and upgrading of the main sanctuary and gallery to be a flexible, warm, welcoming space.

 

​Design: The key elements of redesigning the space included removal of the fixed pews to replace with removable seats allowing for a more flexible gathering space. Replacing the old wooden doors with automatic glass sliding allows the space to stay open and welcoming whilst retaining the heat in the space.

rEFURBISHMENT OF REDFORD BARRACKS, Edinburgh

 

Scope: To rectify inherent problems with the fabric of 33 buildings in Redford Barracks. The main problems included failing external stonework; water ingress and improvements to the ablutions and catering facilities

 

Design Parameters/ Drivers: The works were carried out within the one contract DE partnering Agreement and were carried out in planned programmed phases. The type of works that were carried out were : Replacement slate roof covering and repairs to flat roofs, Stonework repairs; replacement lead flashings and rainwater goods review, Repair / replace windows, cupolas and doors, Provide new kitchen and ablutions.

 

The main drivers for the conservation works was to maintain/conserve the buildings in a manner which satisfied the Local Authority, Historic Scotland and the requirements of the Army. All building works had to be carried out and planned without interfering with the operations of the Barracks.