As part of our built environment, religious buildings of all types and age need to be provided, maintained, and sometimes adapted or extended.
Below are a few examples of the type of work members of the practice are able to carry out in this important area.
Linton Harrison is this practice's Architect registered by The Birmingham Diocesan Office to carry out Quinquennial Inspections and Reports.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
We have worked on a number of Meeting Houses around the country including new buildings, extensions and alterations.
St Pauls Church, Bordesley.
The re-ordering of the entrance and interior to provide a flexible worship area, community rooms, kitchen and toilet facilities.
The project included new internal timber screens and stone edged windows where new stained glass was commissioned.
St Peter's Church, Balsall Common.
Feasibility sketches followed by drawings prepared to apply for a Faculty for the proposed internal alterations and provide seating flexibility, an up-grade of the heating, and lighting and repairs to the damp proof course.
Proposed Meeting House
for Planning Approval
Kettering Meeting House
South Yardley, Birmingham
The new clerestorey glazing was comissioned to fill the opening created following the raising of the mono-pitch roof. Other areas of glass were also re-arranged to be more appropriate for a church.