WRAY architects is experienced in dealing with listed buildings and with the challenges of understanding the significance of historical fabric and the necessary materials and techniques for effective repair and modification.
ROOF IN EDERN
This listed cottage on the Llyn Peninsular demonstrates an important example of an early slate roof with chevron slate valleys. I worked with a leading expert in stone roofs to understand, dismantle and rebuild this roof which had reached a perilous state of decay. Using traditional methods and materials the roof retains its beauty, character and historical interest.
A new lead lined floor in the tower of this Grade II* listed church will protect the tower from water damage
CHURCH FIRE RESTORATION
A fire in the tower of this grade I listed church, destroyed the electrical and heating installations and caused extensive fire and smoke damage to the historical fabric. WRAY architects was appointed to oversee the restoration and repair of the damaged timberwork and service installations. WRAY architects worked closely with the insurance loss adjuster throughout the process.