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mark evans architect ltd

Hello, I'm Mark Evans
A Heritage Architect with twenty eight years experience

Churches

Ecclesiastical

Visitors Centre, Packwood House

New build

Swan Wing

Repair & Refurbishment

Timber Framing

Heritage

The Toll House

Regeneration

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26 Lickey Square
Lickey
Bromsgrove
Worcestershire
B45 8HA

t. 0121 445 5727

m. 07990 813778

e. info@markevansarchitect.co.uk

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Who is Mark Evans

Established in 2004 and based near Bromsgrove, Mark Evans Architect Ltd is an RIBA chartered architectural practice, which undertakes conservative repair and refurbishment of historic buildings and also designs new structures in sensitive contexts.

Mark Evans is trained in the repair of historic and timber framed buildings. He is the Buildings Advisor to the diocese of Worcester, a member of the Coventry DAC and is AABC registered.

Design

  • Adaptation and reuse of redundant heritage buildings
  • Alterations and extensions of ecclesiastical buildings
  • New buildings in historic settings
  • Church reordering and new facilities
  • Extensions to historic private houses
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Repair

  • Diagnosis of defects to historic buildings of all types and ages
  • Detailed drawings and specification of refurbishments and adaptations
  • Church survey, reordering and conservative repair
  • Timber-framed building surveys, analysis and repair
  • Historic house repair and alteration

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Services


A personal service is provided with a commitment to excellence through high quality design, craftsmanship and contract management.

Where appropriate, advice is sought from other suitably experienced consultants and specialists.

Clients include National Trust, Royal Shakespeare Company, Oxford Colleges, parochial church councils, preservation trusts, Diocese of Worcester, Churches Conservation Trust, country house owners and private clients.

Projects range from small-scale commissions to £1.8 million.

Reports

  • Quinquennial inspections
  • Condition surveys and long term planning for sustainable maintenance and rehabilitation
  • Feasibility studies / Design options appraisals
  • Documentary research
  • Conservation management plans

Other Services

  • Grant applications
  • Coordination of specialist craftspeople and consultants
  • Planning and Listed Building Consent submissions
  • Conservation consultancy
  • CDM Principal Designer