Value = £880,000

Location = Baldock, Hertfordshire

Architect = Barker Associates

Summary = Internal re-ordering of Nave floor, design and installation of extensive LED lighting scheme, new carpets. External re-leading to South Aisle Roof, carpentry and extensive masonry repairs to flint walling and limestone.

Challenge = Removal of existing cement based repairs avoiding damage to the original building fabric

Solution = Works carried out in two phases. Phase one being works to the tower which included the restoration of the intricate stucco belfry window surrounds, cornices and enrichments on a soft brick substrate. Works involved making a replica of the original damaged gargoyles by placing a latex material over an existing restored gargoyle to create a mould to then casted from these moulds to replace many of the defective gargoyles. This project won the RICS conservation award in 2011 for the East of England.

The next phase involved the internal re-ordering of Nave floor, design and installation of extensive LED lighting scheme, new carpets. External re-leading to South Aisle Roof, carpentry and extensive masonry repairs to flint walling and limestone.