Ingleton Wood work closely with our clients and design teams in the heritage and conservation environment. Whether your project requires sensitive repairs and reinstatement, significant refurbishment or complete conversion, our experienced team can offer professional advice on an independent or multi-discipline basis to suit your project needs.
We employ qualified professionals that bring their years of professional construction experience to your project whether it be large or small scale.
We commit to each project and dedicate the time required to understand the building and the project needs. This early investment of time means that we are able to adapt our proposals to work for the building and the client team.
Our team have passion for the conservation and preservation of historic buildings, working to fully understand the options available and to propose sensitive and suitable options for each situation. We fully appreciate the challenges in pairing the historic environment with the needs of modern occupants.
We work closely with our clients, often supporting teams with difficult decisions surrounding the balance of initial project cost, environmental responsibility and carbon emissions, married with long term running costs. We know that these are important factors for the long term preservation of historic buildings and as such, we incorporate these considerations into all of our proposals.
We know that the best way to convey an idea or design is by developing information which is both easily understood and detailed enough to avoid confusion. If your project has a variety of stakeholders or interested parties then it is very likely that each audience will require a different level of detail. We would work with you to agree the approach for each project stakeholder. Such stakeholders may include project funders, end users, local authority planners, other approval committees and of course the public. We utilise both tried and tested methods and cutting edge technologies and tools to offer design support.
Our team knows that conservation goes beyond the initial repair or alteration work which can be grant funded. Using our knowledge of current technologies and building techniques we are able to advise and recommend solutions which meet both the current needs and the long term requirements of the client. We can focus our services towards low carbon emissions, low running costs or the potential for future flexibility in order that those responsible for heritage assets can safeguard their future.
We have a wealth of experience developing sustainable strategies for complex heritage sites, and understand the nuances of older, often listed, buildings. We can help you through the minefield of options, and assist with grant applications to fund upgrades. There is never a one size fits all solution and we can help you to operate your estate in as energy efficient a way as is possible.
We support the development of sensitive and appropriate solutions which minimise the impact of our interventions whilst maximising the potential for each project.
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