Carrig Conservation International Limited

Carrig Conservation International Limited
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Carrig Conservation International is a specialist multi-disciplinary consultancy working in the area of Conservation, New Build and Energy Efficiency in existing buildings. Carrig is 26 years in existence with experience of working on iconic buildings across the World. We have a proven track record in dealing with listed buildings and protected structures. Conservation services that we offer:

  • HISTORICAL RESEARCH
  • CONDITION REPORT
  • CONSERVATION REPORT
  • CONSERVATION SPECIFICATION
  • IMPACT ASSESSMENT
  • INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE

Our multi-disciplined team like to engage with the client and other design team members to influence, at an early stage the importance of certain elements of high heritage value β€” this approach can often make for better design outcomes and an easier path through planning. ​

Our team are all active members of the national committee of ICOMOS and the many national scientific committees, from Industrial Heritage, Vernacular architecture, Towns & Villages, Cultural Tourism, Landscapes and Energy Efficiency. Working across nations, our staff gain important experience on the international approach to conservation.

Additionally, the team are continuously striving to improve their knowledge base by attending many courses, conferences and seminars, keeping up to speed with innovation and technological advances when dealing with challenging buildings. ​

MASONRY RESEARCH 

Carrig is particularly strong in the fields of masonry research and building conservation.

HERITAGE SPECIALISTS

Carrig employs high calibre professionals, including conservation architects, historians, geologists, archaeologists and materials' scientists. 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

We offer independent professional services in the project management of the built heritage, fabric research and treatments.

If you would like to discuss a project, please contact the office to speak to one of our conservation consultants.

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Conservation