Heritage Construction Consulting


Total Project Integration’s track record working within heritage buildings is extensive and one of our specialist areas of experience.

We have worked on many projects with listed status – both Grade I and II listings, buildings under protection orders, within buildings of National significance and even a UNESCO World Heritage site.

We are adept at sensitive liaison with heritage stakeholders.

Our project renovations and refurbishments range from Medieval to Victorian and Edwardian, and from within the City of London out to the rest of the United Kingdom.

Specialist projects have ranged from external façade retentions and improvements, overseeing cleaning of delicate stonework and carvings, to internal modifications to provide private houses, hotels, commercial offices and hospitality uses.


Bodmin Jail was built in 1779 according to the principles of the prison reformer John Howard, who believed in a tough regime in a healthy environment. It was one of the first prisons to feature individual cells for prisoners and segregated areas for men and women. The restoration of the site as a hotel and visitor attraction was managed by Total Project Integration. Source: Building Magazine.


Historic assets form a significant part of UK retail environment and high streets with up to 48% of all National retail stock built before 1919. Source: Historical England.


Total number of nationally designated heritage assets in England. This includes listed buildings, scheduled monuments, registered parks and gardens, registered battlefields and protected wreck sites. Source: National Heritage List for England (NHLE) 2019.