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PAYE are working with CWGC to undertake one of its 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 eminent architect Sir...

Richmond New Park Lodge was built in the Palladian style which draws on the classical architecture of Rome and Ancient Greece. It remained a Royal property for centuries, being home to many members of The Royal Family and several Prime Ministers until in 1925 it...

As part of the quinquennial repairs, PAYE Ltd were employed to carry out a refurbishment of the existing facades including cleaning of stone and bronze work, full redecoration and isolated stonework repairs where required....

In 1440 Henry VI founded ‘The King’s College of Our Lady of Eton beside Windsor’. Henry’s close personal interest in the building led to frequent changes of plan. ...

PAYE were appointed principle contractor by the London Metropolitan University for external repairs and redecoration of Electra House built in 1900-03 by Belcher and Joass. Electra House is a Grade II listed neo-classical building, and set over 6 storeys’ in Moorgate, Central London....

Built by Sir Joseph Bazalgette for London's sewage system and opened in 1865, Crossness Pumping Station is a Grade 1 Listed building and features some of the most spectacular ornamental Victorian cast ironwork....

Designed by Sir Gilbert Scott and built in the 1850’s Grade II listed St Matthias Church with its magnificent spire is a wonderful example of Victorian architecture. ...

Dating from the 1900’s the marble had become soiled and damaged which now requires intricate hand carved repairs in new marble carefully sourced to match the original....

With the temporary roof in place and removal of original roof coverings completed the work to repair exposed timber and undertake alterations to the roof structure could begin. The decorative stucco rendered facades were constructed along with ornately carved and moulded woodwork used for columns...

Built between 1866 and 1870 the Grade II* Listed buildings are of significant architectural interest constructed from loadbearing masonry using brickwork, decorative terracotta and Portland stone....