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Ahead of the CIOB 2020 Annual Conference on Future Skills for Traditional Buildings, we wanted to highlight our commitment to apprenticeships while promoting the event of which we were Gold Sponsors. We are passionate about training new apprentices, and we invited one of our apprentices...

Chenil House on King’s Road was an underused and unlisted building located within a Conservation Area and adjacent to the Grade II listed Chelsea Town Hall. The 1926 building was formerly a gallery and accidental recording venue, and is of local historic interest. The facade,...

PAYE Repaired and conserved this unique 50 metre late 18th century Gothic tower to its historic architectural splendour using a natural cement in keeping with the original mortar....

Working in close consultation with the Royal Parks PAYE were appointed to undertake the work needed to return the Arch to its former prominent position on the north bank of the Serpentine facing Kensington Palace. The Seven individual pieces of travertine that form the sculpture...

Originally built in the 1930’s to the design of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, this iconic London landmark is the largest brick building in Europe. It was built in three phases over a period of 20 years. Battersea Power Station was decommissioned between 1975 and 1983...

BBC London News report into the Museum of London's move from their current location at the London Wall to West Smithfield. Talking about their ambition of making it one of the best attractions in London, not only reinventing the Museum of London itself, but also...

PAYE worked with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission to undertake one of CWGCs largest UK restoration projects in decades to ensure the iconic First World War section of the memorial, which contains 12,000 names, lives on. The Grade I listed structure was designed by the...