Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury
Izaak is the cathedral architect for this magnificent thirteenth century masterpiece. The role involves overseeing repair and conservation work to the fabric of the building, and advising the Dean and Chapter on strategic planning and maintenance. Working closely with the Cathedral Works Department, recently completed projects on site include the £1m presbytery gable (MRA4) repair project, repairs to the south aisle, and a new entrance area. Current projects on site include the £1.5m repair project to the 1220s Trinity Chapel (MRA6) and repairs and conservation to the 1260s stonework of the north cloister walk.
DHV Architects are also undertaking a number of studies for repair and new-build developments as part of the wider cathedral masterplan.