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Building Conservation
and New-Build Contractors
Ward & Co - established 1995
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I would like to thank you and your team for the really excellent work. Everything was done to a very high standard, and it was so good seeing skilled craftsmen taking such pride in their work.

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Our vision: To ensure the best future for the past

Ward & Co is one of the leading building conservation main contractors in the South of England, working on projects with a value of up to £5 million.

Since 1995 Ward & Co has been entrusted with the repair and conservation of more than 500 of England's historic and ecclesiastical buildings. Clients include English Heritage, Historic Royal Palaces, The National Trust, Natural England and The Historic Churches Trust, as well as many private owners. We enjoy strong working relationships with leading architects and other professionals engaged in conserving the built heritage.

Ward & Co has two regional offices, in Gloucestershire and Buckinghamshire, resourced from three yards with a directly employed staff of over forty highly skilled stonemasons, carpenters and builders.

Latest News

    William Morris Fellowship
    We are delighted to announce that Karl Grevatt, a carpenter working from our Buckingham -shire base, has been awarded a place on this yearís world renowned SPAB Craft Fellowship. He will be joined by two masons from Scotland for the nine month intensive building conservation course. Fellowship alumni can be found working at the highest level in building conservation.

    Recent Major Tenders Won
    Major projects won in recent months include substantial conservation at Basildon Park and Greys Court, both for The National Trust. Just starting are repairs to Elmore Court following flood damage, and plaster and masonry repairs to The Rotunda at Croome Landscape Park.

    Theatre Royal, Bristol
    We have recently undertaken two phases of investigative work in the auditoria of Britainís oldest working theatre in preparation for major renovation. The work has involved the careful unravelling of the gallery pew fronts and moulded pilasters under strict time constraints.