At Green Building Design (GBD), we have a wide range of mechanical and electrical services experience working on historic and listed buildings. We have worked closely with a number of specialist heritage architects for the National Trust, private clients, non-publically funded museums and family trusts.
We provide energy efficient design solutions, following a conservation approach within historic and listed buildings. We fully understand the importance of working in collaboration with the heritage architect to make sure that interventions are kept to a minimum.
Individual members of our team have worked on high profile restoration and conservation projects, which include the refurbishment of The Treasury Building in Whitehall and the installation of conservation environmental temperature and humidity control and lighting design at Churchill’s Cabinet War Rooms.
Key Historic Projects
Rainham Hall, Essex | Restoration and installation of conservation heating
Sir John Soane’s Museum, London | Design of conservation heating installation
The Royal Pavilion, Brighton | Quinquennial inspection of mechanical & electrical services
Dr. William’s Library, London | M&E survey and refurbishment design
Grade II Wrotham Park, Hertfordshire | Refurbishment of heating installation
Listed private dwelling, London | Refurbishment design of services
Buscot Park, Oxon | Design of new domestic water services
Turvey House, private residence, Bedfordshire |Refurbishment design of services
Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire | Design of conservation heating system
Waddesdon Manor: A Rothschild House and Gardens
Photo: Waddesdon Image Library