PAYE Conservation

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Download Centre

Welcome to our download centre. Here you will be able to download case studies of completed projects, white papers pertaining to our industry and further information about PAYE Conservation. Simply click on a file to view or download direct. All files are in PDF format. For any further information please email SpencerHall@payeconservation.net or call us on 020 8857 9111

Case Studies

  • The London Temple of Mithras
  • PAYE Conservation are reconstructing this wonderful example of Roman antiquity discovered in 1954 in the foundations of a prime Central London location. The site was excavated by the then Director of the Museum of London; W. F. Grimes. Its discovery captured the heart of the nation post War, became a headline news item and attracted a purported 400,000 visitors over a 2 week period. Click here for more

  • Laser Cleaning at St Georges Cathedral
  • PAYE Conservation try to keep up with the changing nature of building conservation and endeavour to use new proven advances in techniques where pertinent to do so... Click here for more

  • Cliveden South Terrace
  • The South Terrace is possibly the most significant architectural detail on the Cliveden Estate and had fallen into poor, possibly even dangerous condition. The terrace is accessed via a symmetrical staircase with three flights of steps to either side of the central sounding chamber, thought to date from as early as the 1720's. It underwent major reconstruction and alteration by Charles Barry during his wider restoration works in the 1850's, but this had once again fallen into poor condition... Click here for more

  • St Martin in the Fields Church
  • PAYE Conservation were approached to examine and review an area of fallen plaster from this highly decorative 18th Century plaster ceiling; which could have posed a serious health & safety risk within this busy central London church. Historic plasterwork ceilings have been a fresh cause for concern since the Apollo Theatre ceiling collapse in 2014 when 88 people were injured during a performance. Click here for more

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