Croft Building and Conservation Limited is one of the leading building conservation specialist contractors in the Midlands.
Established in 2002, the company’s name is synonymous with high quality restoration work on historical buildings. The team is able to undertake work on stone, brick or timber framed buildings including traditional internal finishing.
Croft Building and Conservation undertakes a diverse range of works; from minor repairs to compete refurbishment and restoration projects. This includes works on listed buildings, cathedrals and churches, castles, large estate houses, smaller private houses and cottages, alteration works and consolidation of ancient monuments.
Since establishing in 2002, Croft has expanded steadily and is now one of the leading building conservation specialist contractors in the Midlands and surrounding areas. In addition to the latter, Croft have successfully completed schemes comprising alteration works and the construction of extensions, as well as having a reputation for high quality work on the consolidation of ancient monuments.
Croft Building and Conservation Limited’s main area of expertise is work on historical buildings. The company employs over 40 stonemasons as well as lime plasterers, lead workers, roofers, bricklayers, carpenters and decorators. For trades where the company do not have their own in house skills, Croft have developed close working relationships with carefully selected specialist subcontractors, thus enabling them to undertake and complete significant projects as the main contractor.
Croft is able to offer full design and build services for schemes, from feasibility and initial survey through to completed projects. They work closely with architects and structural engineers who are suitably experienced in all aspects of work on historical buildings.
The company’s reputation relies on the experience and skills of its craftsmen. Croft is committed to taking on apprentices and promoting other vocational training in order to ensure the continued development of craftsmen and women having traditional building craft skills.
For more information please visit www.croftbc.com.