We have been involved in conserving the most significant and historic churches in Calcutta since the conservation of Exterior Facade of St Johns Church, the first cathedral of the city, was completed in 2004 for the Calcutta Diocese Trust Association and supported by the World Monuments Fund.
We have been commissioned thereafter for the conservation of the historic Bishop Chapel, the Oxford Mission Church and St James’ Church which has been conserved and rededicated back to the city in January 2012.
We have been appointed as the conservation architect of the St Paul's Cathedral to draw a long term conservation and preventive maintenance strategy for this most significant Church in Calcutta.
Conservation projects begin by preparation of a Conservation Plan, outlining documentation, research, condition survey and mapping, exploration and testing of materials, structural assessment, adaptive reuse plan, bill of quantity and specifications for repair.
The project implementation starts by preparing tender document, assisting the client in selection of the contracting agencies, preparation of the working drawings and written technical guidance notes, project monitoring & supervision and certification of bills of the contracting agencies.
“The facade of St John’s Church, the first Cathedral of Calcutta was restored in 2006 with the support from the World Monuments Fund, New York.“
Other projects are:
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