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The Leptis Magna Ruins represent a ‘Roman Temple’ and were built from columns, capitals and pieces of decorative entablature from the ancient Roman city of Leptis Magna in Libya. They were given as a gift to King George IV when he was the Prince Regent...

Following completion of PAYE’s contract to reconfigure the original bland Portland stone wall and steps the new memorial has completely changed the original configuration of the environment to encourage interaction with the space whilst providing increased pedestrian traffic between the Mall and Lower Regent Street. ...

As part of a planned repair and maintenance scheme, PAYE were employed as Main Contractor to complete conservation cleaning and repair to four prominent memorials on behalf of The Royal Parks. ...

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....

PAYE were successfully appointed after an international design competition to create a memorial dedicated to those who served in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. Working in close collaboration with renowned sculptor Paul Day we were appointed as Principal Designer and Principal Contractor for the design,...

Hope Mausoleum is one of the few architectural remains of the Deepdene Estate and Gardens created in the 17th Century. In 1957 the entrance to the mausoleum was buried to prevent vandalism. Repairs and conservation were completed by PAYE as part of the Lottery funded...

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...

The Mausoleum was designed by the prominent neo-classical architect James Wyatt, who exhibited his designs at the Royal Academy in 1783 and was one of the most fashionable architects of the day. It was constructed by the equally distinguished architect George Dance, reputedly at a...

PAYE were contacted by the client of a well-known medical institute in central London to remove what turned out to be one of the single most expensive pieces of masonry they had ever been asked to recover. ...