Historic & Listed Buildings

HSP Consulting have undertaken a large number of projects where refurbishments and alterations have been required to historic and listed buildings.

Our Engineers are experienced in dealing with refurbishment and alteration works on these structures and have undertaken difficult and complex designs involving a variety of materials including oak, stone and cast iron amongst others.

HSP Consulting have worked closely and sympathetically with specialist Architects on these schemes and in all cases produced the necessary designs and details to ensure that the original structure retains its authenticity and that a satisfactory finish is achieved aesthetically throughout.
 We have worked on a wide range of historic and listed buildings and also schemes within conservation areas and have listed below some of the more recent projects completed by our practice:-

Kilworth House Hotel – Leicestershire

Client: Kilworth House Partnership

Contractor: Ballast Plc

Architect: Corporate Architechture

Project overview

£10 million extension and refurbishment of a Grade II listed 5 star hotel.

Challenge: Habitation of bats in roof structure. 

HSP Solution: Relocation of existing roof structure.

Effluent treatment plant on site encompassing hotel cooling utilising the fishing lake.

To discuss your project needs, please contact us

More ‘Historic & Listed Buildings’ projects:

  • The Stourport Manor Hotel – Listed Building, 350 years old, Grade II.
  • St. Johns College, Bramcote – Ecclesiastical College, 200 years old, Grade II.
  • Beauvale House, Moorgreen – Victorian Property, 125 years old, Grade II.
  • St. Barnabos Cathedral, Nottingham – 200 Years old.
  • Marlborough Hall – 250 Years old, Grade II.
  • The HFC Bank, Low Pavement, Nottingham – 250 Years Old.
  • Crown Mill, Lincoln – 100 Years old, Grade II.
  • The Philip Neri Church, Mansfield – 150 Years old, Grade II.
  • Makeney Hall, Derbyshire – Grade II.
  • The Ruddington Hotel, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire – Grade II.
  • The Flintham Museum, Flintham, Nottinghamshire – Grade II.
  • A large number of listed barns which have been converted to domestic dwellings and commercial offices – Grade II.
  • The Grange, Bramcote, Nottingham – Grade II.
  • Convent of Mercey, College Street, Nottingham – Grade II.
  • Kilworth House, Leicester – Grade II.
  • Byron House, College Street, Nottingham – Grade II.