Sytch House Mill Shropshire
Sytch House Mill was built circa 1790, it is a traditional 3 story building with a 20ft cast iron and steel water wheel which has now been removed for refurbishment.
This project is ongoing, structural cracks on the building located front elevation & right side gable were so bad a careful recording and take down operation was undertaken. This required a brick by brick system to enable new foundations to be constructed and the structure put back to its former best.
The mill now has a retaining wall surrounding it with the front facade built of stone with a structural concrete block wall behind it. A land drain has also been installed to intercept water and divert it away.
Re-pointing of the original brickwork is being undertaken using traditional lime mortar produced in Much Wenlock, and a hand carved datestone has been produced and installed.
Internal works are now under way preserving as much of the original workings as possible which promises to deliver a truly spectacular, bespoke building.
Historical Building Translocation& Structure Relocation
Buildings of historical interest often come under threat from encroaching societal pressures, sometimes caused by urban regeneration, sometimes simpler commercial pressures. In these instances, translocating the building to a new site may be an ideal solution, saving the structure and affording the opportunity to restore a building to its former glory.
Recording and cataloguing each individual brick, piece of stone, window, door and all other physical features, preserves the accuracy and historical merit of the structure.How we work
Specialist Building, Restoration & Construction
Specialist building, restoration and construction is our forte. We have an immense amount of pride in preserving a building's history, yet we understand the demands of modern living.
We have had the pleasure of working on many distinguished and unique projects.Read more