Adam has been involved in the conservation of historic properties since 2004 and founded Pinnacle in 2019.
In association with his practical experience in material conservation, Adam has a broad technical knowledge which has been underpinned by his academic qualifications.
He has a solid understanding of both conservation theory and practice and has demonstrable experience applying this to challenging conservation projects.
Adam likes nothing more than to ingrain himself in a techinal client brief and ensure the project is delivered with ultimate satisfaction.
Buildings our team have worked on
NVQ Level 3 Joinery
Rob qualified as a Joiner at York college whilst working for local joinery companies, gaining a vast knowledge on a wide array of joinery work.
Rob’s passion for heritage Joinery has been honed over the past 10 years.
His multi-skilled approach allows him to easily adapt to the management of complicated church re-ordering projects which offer their own unique challenges.
Rome Heritage Conservation Dipl
Pathway Member of ICON
Valerio provides a wealth of material conservation knowledge, specialising in the cleaning and conservation of terrazzo, marble, mosaic, plaster and decorative surfaces.
His training and experience has enabled him access to have worked on some of the most treasured buildings in the world including St Peters Basilica.
As a material conservator Valerio has been instrumental in salvaging some very significant artefacts that were badly damaged. He maintains a deep passion for the heritage industry and remains a key asset for Pinnacle Conservation Ltd.
Dani’s eye for detail allows her to capture the excellent work undertaken by Pinnacle Conservation and oversee it’s publication across a number of relevant media.
Alongside trusted partners, Dani oversees the branding, image and marketing work of Pinnacle Conservation Ltd.
Dani’s bubbly character encourages even the most camera-shy operatives to engage a smile.
Andy has been working in the masonry conservation sector for over 40 years and has a wealth of experience and practical knowledge.
He generously supports the full project team to ensure that his knowledge and wisdom is shared to achieve the most suitable results for the building.
Andy is often called upon to offer advice and guidance on challenging masonry conservation projects.
Stewart has been working in the masonry conservation sector for over 40 years and has a wealth of experience and practical knowledge.
He specialises in the use of lime mortars including internal plasters and external renders.
Stewart’s positive approach to the historic working environment makes the most difficult conservation challenge easily surmountable.
NVQ Level 3 Joinery
Jordan qualified as a Joiner at York college whilst working for prestigious Yorkshire-based conservation contractors.
He combines intellect with attention to detail to deliver complicated joinery tasks efficiently.
NVQ Level 3 Stonemasonry
James qualified as a Stonemason at York college whilst working for prestigious Yorkshire-based conservation contractors.
His quiet manner belies a steely determination to deliver excellent work.
Sean joined us a labourer, working alongside Andy, Stew and James gaining a great understanding of our sector of the heritage industry.
He is currently studying a masonry apprenticeship at York College under the mentorship of James Holmes.
His martial arts training has equipped him perfectly for the discipline of vocational education combined with a rigorous working environment.
i. Steve has worked on the repair of traditional roof coverings for over 30years and has a wealth of experience and practical knowledge.
ii. He specialises in the recovering of the traditionally naturally slated roof.
iii. Steve’s attention to detail and unwillingness to accept nothing but the correct standard makes him an important member of the project team.
i. Neil has worked on the repair of traditional roof coverings for over 30 years and has a wealth of experience and practical knowledge.
ii. He specialises in the roof recovering of traditional buildings
iii. Neil’s attention to detail and unwillingness to accept nothing but the correct standard makes him an important member of the project team.
Will has been working world-wide in the masonry conservation sector for over 40 years and has a wealth of experience and practical knowledge.
He specialises in the conservation of complicated masonry structures.
Will’s friendly attitude makes him an excellent mentor for our forthcoming masons.
i. Paul has been working in the Joinery conservation sector for over 30 years and has a wealth of experience and practical knowledge.
ii. He is currently mentoring our apprentice joiner, Taylor Ramsden.
iii. Paul specialises in complex traditional roof repair projects.
The Raylor Centre, James St,
York YO10 3DW