James Crick

  • Associate
  • BSc (Hons) DipArch MArch PgC AABC

Educated at the Bartlett School of Architecture (University College London), James has experience of delivering conservation and adaptive reuse projects. His work focuses on heritage projects with significant and challenging conservation, structural and servicing requirements. He is an accredited conservation architect.

James has experience working on projects in the education, commercial, ecclesiastical and public sectors. His projects range from fabric repairs at Kensington Palace, to adaptive reuse proposals for a inter-war aircraft hangar listed on Historic England’s Buildings at Risk Register.  He has worked extensively at the Palace of Westminster, including repairs to Westminster Hall, conservation of the encaustic floor tiles and the restoration of the House of Lords’ Chamber Press Gallery.