Conservation & structural repairs to the timber frame and Horsham stone slat roof of a Grade II* Listed Friends Meeting House
Two phases of repairs to this Grade II* Listed church has helped secure its future as a much-loved local landmark.
Discreet annexe to a nineteenth-century church providing much-needed WC facilities and kitchen.
Redevelopment of a Grade II* Listed nineteenth-century church to create a theological college.
Lottery-funded regeneration and conservation of an early twentieth-century cinema.
Extensive renewal of decayed stone to the spire and tower of a central London Grade II Listed church building.
HMDW Architects provided the consultancy services of a conservation-accredited Architect for this transformational relighting scheme.
Repairs to the stonemasonry, windows, and gutters make this Grade II* church more resilient.
Re-roofing and ceiling repairs to a Grade II Listed Pugin church.
Falling masonry made repairs to this Grade II Listed church spire necessary, giving the locality a landmark it had forgotten to appreciate
Renewal and upgrade of a life-expired roof covering to a Grade I Listed church tower.