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Manchester Cenotaph – The Grade II* Lutyens designed Cenotaph has been re-located to its new setting in front of the Town Hall Extension building. HPM assisted Laing O'Rourke and Steven Lervant Heritage Architecture on this delicate and challenging project which included the recording, dismantling, conservation and rebuilding of the monuments in a new setting.

Go-aloft – HPM assisted the ss Great Britain Trust in the Go-aloft project to replicate a new Yard Arm and provide a new visitor experience to climb the rigging of the ship. The project was partially HLF funded and opened on programme for Easter.

Tynemouth Station – The amazing refurbishment works to the Grade II* Listed station has won the Heritage Building - Constructing Excellence Award for the North East. Against completion from a number of other significant projects the judging panel gave this prestigious award to the Mansell project team which included Richard Baister of HPM for the challenging and sensitive refurbishment works to bring the station back into use. The building was previously on the English Heritage Buildings at Risk register.

Elk – HPM recently completed a holding conservation treatment and storage project for Lincoln Museums. The Elk is a rare 1912 motorcycle which was accessioned by the museum is 1985. The works included a Condition Assessment, cleaning and holding treatments on the components and packing for long term storage.

Manchester – HPM is providing Heritage Management advice to the Manchester Transformation Programme which includes the conservation and refurbishment works to the Grade II* Listed Town Hall Extension and the Central Library. These iconic buildings are being transformed to provide modern visitor and working environments whilst respecting the heritage value of the buildings.

Going loco – HPM have undertaken structural assessment of a number of traction engines for Lincoln Museums. Working with Jonathan Wheeler of Wheeler Steam the HPM team needed to get their hands dirty to fully understand the condition of the engines.

Stonework Removal – HPM have been asked to develop some innovative solutions to the traditional problems of monumental removal with minimal stone damage. Cutting technology is being developed which will allow joint removal where the bed joints are only 4mm thick.

Heritage Project Management

Heritage Project Management provides a management service to Main Contractors, Local Authorities, Private Developers, Museums, Heritage Trusts and Private Clients. The importance of the heritage assets is at the centre of the project to ensure they are safeguarded and their specific heritage needs are incorporated into the project works.

Working across the UK Heritage Project Management is able to undertake a range of services from initial project advice and project planning through to the management of heritage works on site.

We also provide a valuable service to a number of national main contactors assisting in understanding and managing heritage projects from survey and work scope definition through to identification and management of suitable specialists to undertake heritage works.

Please contact Richard Baister on 07815 076 866 or email

Heritage Project Contracts

Heritage Project Contracts is our sister company that specialises in the execution of project works on site. Working either with Main Contractors or directly to clients they are able to deliver a range of services from large scale refurbishment works through to more delicate museum conservation and gallery refurbishment projects. Further details will soon be available on the HPC website which is currently under construction.