Lambert Walker has an unrivalled passion for restoration, dedicated to  conserving the historical properties of Great Britain. With over 25 years experience working on cathedrals,  stately homes, churches and public buildings, our team of craftsmen have gained the confidence of many of the North-Wests leading conservation architects.

OUR AIM

Lambert Walker Limited aim to provide a first class historic building conservation and restoration service covering small to medium scale projects.

The company’s origins date back to when director John Lambert worked as an apprentice historical painter on Blackburn Cathedral over 30 years ago. With a passion for preserving historical buildings, John has formed a company that specialises in the conservation and restoration of these magnificent structures, including contemporary design conversion and adaptation projects.

APPRENTICESHIPS/TRAINING VALUES

We remain committed to the apprenticeship process and work closely with the Construction Industry Training Board (C.I.T.B) providing opportunities, skills & knowledge to our future generations of craftspeople.

Lambert Walker Limited currently have stone masonry and plastering apprentices attending college in conjunction with the C.I.T.B. As members of the Stone Federation and the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, Lambert Walker Limited has access to a wealth of support on issues such as training and health and safety.

OUR TEAM

Lambert Walker Limited employ craftsmen of the utmost quality which is clearly demonstrated in our project portfolio. Our team of qualified stone masons, sculptors, historical pointers, joiners and lime plasterers are supported by an experienced contract management team and office staff. 

We have well-established relationships with a range of specialist sub-contractors who work to the same high standards as ourselves, enabling us to work alongside them in complete confidence. Under the leadership of John and with a team of skilled craftsmen Lambert Walker Limited has produced some excellent workmanship.