Great Success for CBG Consultants at the Oxford Preservation Awards
February 24th, 2021
We are delighted to see that two of our recently completed projects have been awarded in the Oxford Preservation Trust Awards.
Firstly, Lincoln College on Oxford High Street, a Certificate winner in the Building Conservation category. The project involved an upgrade of a Grade II Listed former bank dating from 1866, into a new restaurant and upmarket apartments. Working with FJMT Studios, Beard, Ridge & Partners, Montgomery Architects and Donald Insall Associates, the team were keen to restore and retain period features, such as an original ceiling discovered in the banking hall that was previously concealed.
At the awards, the judges said “The project makes a wonderful contribution to High Street”. Read more about the project here.
Secondly, Wolfson College Buttery and Old Porter’s Lodge takes the Plaque Award in the small project’s category.
Working with BGS Architects and Price & Myers, we undertook the careful remodeling and refurbishment of the Buttery, stripping back more recent interventions to provide a high-quality multi-function space. The team were cautious that the architectural integrity of the unique site and its Grade II Listed status be carefully preserved. Read more about the project here.
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