Rosslee Construction has extensive experience of heritage and listed building projects (grade I, II and II*). Over the years, we have been engaged in a variety of projects involving the conservation of our local heritage from private homes to public buildings.
We retain a committed team of professional craftsman skilled in working with specialist materials and technique. We have our own Joinery division where bespoke items can be crafted for heritage projects.
We enjoy the challenge of working on heritage projects, conserving and restoring buildings with materials which closely match or are equivalent to the originals
Mansfield Town Hall
Revamp of the Grade II* Listed Mansfield Town Hall, internal alterations and refurbishment creating lettable office and retail space.
Walton Hall & Gardens Conservatory Range
Conservatory, glasshouse and shippon building restoration as part of the Grade II Listed Walton Hall & Gardens estate conservation project.
Wardley Hall, Worsley
Renovation of the existing Grade I Listed Hall to bring it to a comfortable modern living standard without compromising the architectural significance of the building.
Rhyddings Park, Oswaldtwistle
Restoration of the Park’s historic buildings, extension and new build to create a new community venue including a cafe, offices and workshop space along with the regeneration of the gardens.
Thompson Park, Burnley
Restoration and refurbishment of the Grade II Listed Park buildings and structures while retaining their original architectural features.
Bacup Townscape Heritage Initiative
Rosslee Construction undertook the transformation of a number of key historic buildings across St James Street and St James Square in Bacup
Haworth Art Gallery – Stables Block and Motor Home
Rosslee Construction under took refurbishment and adaptation of three Grade II Listed Buildings into artist studios.
Quarry Bank Mill
This project was the renovation of 3 different properties for the National Trust at the Grade II* Listed Quarry Bank Mill site.
Aspen Colliery Coke Ovens
Restoration and refurbishment works on rebuilding and repairing the 200-year-old coke ovens at the former Aspen Colliery site was completed in early 2017 by Rosslee Construction