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Vincent Reed

With over 25 years' of experience, Vincent Reed has a built up a well-established reputation for his expertise in period wood restoration and conservation. 

A self-confessed perfectionist, Vincent ensures all projects are carried out to the highest standards, using traditional methods and materials 

Clients include Historic Royal Palaces, English Heritage, the National Trust and local conservation officers. Vincent is also regularly called upon to lecture for The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) as well as the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB). 

When not working, Vincent can be found performing with his band, restoring his own home and spending time with his young family.


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simon nicholas

Simon Nicholas consults on projects that require his specialist skills. He has more than three decades of experience in the restoration of clock cases and unique pieces of furniture. Examples of his work live in museums and palaces around the country, and we are extremely pleased to have him working with us.


david Rogers

David has worked in bespoke furniture restoration for over 30 years and runs his own business in Essex. He has worked with private collectors and antique dealers. David worked on our 2016 Kensington Palace project to repair the east elevation in the King's Drawing Room.



rene moolenaar msc fhea

René is our Director of Finance with responsibility for the management of the company finances and the wider business strategy. He brings a wealth of commercial experience from a wide range of industries such as engineering, media and professional services. He is also a Senior Teaching Fellow at the Business, Management and Economics school of the University of Sussex.