People, skills and resources
A talented team of directly-employed resources.
“We would like to compliment you on the members of the crew you put on the job. Without exception they were professional, conscientious, good natured and tidy.”
In addition to two Project Directors and dedicated office-based support teams, Ward & Co directly employs a variety of conservation and repair craftspersons including stonemasons, joiners, oak framers, bricklayers, carpenters and plasterers.
As a long term model for building conservation contracting, Ward & Co places great importance on training. We have a rolling programme of apprenticeships in lime plastering, carpentry, stone-masonry and brick-masonry to ensure that both modern and traditional skills are carried into the future.
Our offices and yard in Buckinghamshire provide all the resources and support necessary to tender, win and administer major and minor works to historic buildings.
A directly employed team of highly skilled people
Ward & Co has a directly employed team of conservation and repair craftsmen including stonemasons, joiners, oak framers, bricklayers, carpenters, plasterers, cabinet makers and conservators.
Oak Framers & Joiners
Our carpenters and joiners are experienced in everything from making traditional timber framed structures to the repair of existing structures in historic buildings.
Ward & Co bricklayers undertake all kinds of traditional brickwork to conserve and repair historic buildings, from repointing using lime mortars to making cut and rubbed brickwork and intricate designs.
Our plasterers are experienced in the repair and conservation of historic buildings using traditional materials, including lime mortars, natural reinforcing hairs and riven lath.
Ward & Co undertakes sensitive repairs to historic joinery – from sliding sash windows to church pews – as well as new commissions including panelling, kitchen fit outs, and furniture
From tracery windows to figure carving, Ward & Co’s stone masons and stone carvers are experienced in all aspects of the repair and restoration of historic buildings, ecclesiastical and listed buildings.
- Oak framers