Pitmaston House, Scientology, Birmingham

CONSERVATION & RENOVATION

Major conservation, renovation and refurbishment programme to transform this impressive neoclassical building from a neglected office space into a modern church and community venue.
Client: The Church of Scientology
Principal contractor: Vulcan Ellis
Architect: NJSR
Building heritage: Grade ll listed 

What we did

  • Restoration, replication and conservation of heritage masonry and stonework
  • Structural stonework repairs and protection of listed fittings, including plaster moulding
  • Stonework and brickwork restoration, reproduction and replacement
  • Restoration and replacement of over 140 steel (crittall) and timber sash windows
  • Window security improvements, sound and draught proofing
  • Removal, restoration and protection of stained glass windows and doors
  • Steel window welding and sandcast ironmongery replacement
  • Specialist surveys including timber, windows, damp, materials testing, drainage, roofing, masonry, glasswork and joinery.

CLIENT REFERENCE

“As a result of the excellent work Trinity Renovations carried out for the Church at Pitmaston House in Birmingham. They were the natural choice for us to complete renovation work at our Duckworth Mills site in Manchester. Trinity worked diligently and safely and closed out this project for us once again on time and to budget.”

Project Completions Manager – The Church of Scientology

“We were delighted to work with Trinity Renovations on renovating Pitmaston House and enabling us to open it to our local community. They worked collaboratively with us, showing great skill and dedication. They also achieved all of our deadlines and budget goals.”

Project Director on Pitmaston House – Clearview Management

“We were impressed with Trinity Renovations and how they managed to restore so much of Pitmaston House’s original masonry and stonework, and so many of its windows that we thought were beyond repair!”

Conservation Officer – Birmingham City Council

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