R W Armstrong has undertaken the restoration and refurbishment of innumerable historic and ecclesiastical properties. These include the National Trust’s listed King Henry’s Hunting Lodge, formerly owned by interior designer John Fowler, of Colefax & Fowler. A number of projects have been recognised with Architectural, Historic Building or Civic Trust Awards.
In 2011, the company formed a specialist historical repair and conservation division, Daedalus Conservation, to provide expert consultancy and associated services; stonemasonry, carpentry and fine joinery, plasterwork and brickwork.
General Manager, Gary Jones, was formerly Operations Director with the renowned conservation company St Blaise, and has been responsible for important projects such as the restoration of Windsor Castle and: Plas Mawr for Cadw; the Temples of Concord & Victory and Venus at Stowe Gardens; The National Trust’s Scotland Headquarters; The British Museum Great Court Project; Victoria & Albert Museum; St Georges Church, Bloomsbury; Castle Drogo, Devon; St Johns College Chapel, Oxford; and Pembroke College Chapel, Cambridge. Visit www.daedalusconservation.co.uk for more information.