Historic renovation and restoration special projects
Re-building weirs on a National Trust site, a massive stone masonry, roofing and leadwork scheme, and the dismantling and re-erection of a listed barn - these are some of the projects that Croft have successfully completed that do not easily fit under the other category headings and so we have called them 'Special Projects'. Here is an illustration of some of the works included in those schemes:
Stoke Rochford Hall is a superb Victorian country mansion designed by the famous Scottish architect William Burn.
Calke Abbey is the second largest house in Derbyshire, built in 1703 for Sir John Harpur to replace his Swarkestone home.
Listed Barn Wellington
Croft's remit here was to dismantle the existing listed barn and rebuild it in a new location on the same site.