Jamie Phillips

Level 3 Banker&fixer mason,25years experience.Specialise in fixing,restoration,conservation and cleaning.New build projects include Abbeystead village hall,Ravenswick hall ,restoration on grade 1 projects include The Bank of England,Kings College Cambridge,Cliveden,Sommerset House,Whites Club,RAC Club,RAF Club,Brooke’s ,Ritz,Austrailian Embassy,Eton college,Portrait gallery Trafalgar sq,les Ambassadors casino,Welcome trust,Connaught hotel,Broadcasting House BBC,Napoleonic Fort st.Tropez


  1. Stonemasonry
  2. Repointing

About Jamie Phillips

I gained my qualifications at York college and went onto do further education gaining a scholarship through the prince’s foundation. I learnt my craft working on the Mormon temple in Chorley with Laing construction and various stone workshops reclamation yards and quarry’s in the north of England .I have since continued to learn my craft travelling north to Scotland and south to France.For the last 10 years I have been based in London and Cambridge working on some of the finest buildings in the country most notably kings college Cambridge ,Cliveden house and the Bank of England working with some of the best architects,restorers and conservationists in the country .With this experience and knowledge take great pride preserving,restoring and working on our historic buildings for future generations to enjoy.


Nvq level 3 banker mason
NVQ Level 3fixer mason
prince of Wales craft scholarship
Cscs gold card
Courses attended
Restoration carving orton trust
Masonry restoration orton trust
Lime mortars orton trust
SSSTS site supervisor
IPAF Mewp operater 1b,3a,3b,harness
Experience in Absail under supervision
Pasma mobile towers
Traffic management
Asbestos awareness
First aid
Experienced with doff/toric/dibo steam cleaning systems.
Abrasive/chemical/poultice cleaning methods
Lime wash,shelter coats and consolidation methods
Slinging and lifting techniques
Quarry works and block splitting


Public Liability Insurance

Limit of indemnity: £5,000,000.00
Valid until: 14th Feb 2022