Situated in the beautiful Teme Valley located north west of Worcester, Teme Valley Heritage Engineers are within easy reach of the West Midlands and have completed work as far afield as East Anglia and the Scottish borders. The company is based in rural surroundings and have workshop space totalling over 7000 square feet, enabling large components to be worked on easily.  In addition to mill work, we have successfully rebuilt and restored a variety of historic buildings and machinery, from barns, roofs and houses to steam engines, threshing machines and horse drawn vehicles. Our restoration, maintenance and millwrighting consultancy have previously undertaken:

  • Wind and Watermill restoration

  • Restoration of historic buildings and machines

  • Emergency repairs

  • Stone dressing and setting up

  • Mill condition surveys and conservation plans
  • Feasibility studies, Health & Safety guidance and Risk Assessments
  • Repair works in both timber and iron

  • Sail removal (by crane and by hand)

  • Manufacture of patterns for castings
  • New parts manufactured and replicated, from cogs to sails

  • Machinery sourcing through rescue, removal and reinstallation
  • Programmes for regular maintenance
  • Bespoke new timber framing for historic buildings of all varieties
  • Timber frame repair, both cosmetic and structural, in a variety of seasoned and green timbers
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