St Paul’s Cathedral, London, dates back to 604 and is the UK’s church, used for state funerals, royal weddings and jubilee celebrations. The current building, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, is the fifth cathedral on the site, built at the end of the 17th Century after the previous building was destroyed in the Great Fire more »
This Grade II listed mansion and stable block was built in 1719 in the French Renaissance style and has been home to many famous owners. Norman & Underwood were commissioned to replace all the lead works to the roof, cornice and French-style dormer windows, ranging from basic flashings to ornate lead work. Matching the existing more »
The original parts of this historic Derbyshire church date from the early 14th century. A major rebuilding took place in 1858, including replacing the lead roof with one of Westmoreland slate. With this roof now in need of major repair, Norman & Underwood was tasked with removing, salvaging and refitting the slate, as well as more »
After the repairs were completed, photovoltaic (PV) cells were fitted to the south elevation of the nave to help the church reduce its energy costs.