About Us

Decades of Experience

Coverdale Hughes are specialists in the repair and restoration of historic buildings, private homes of distinction and bespoke property developments.

We are a partnership between Peter Coverdale, one of the UK’s most respected traditional stonemasons and Hughes Bros Construction Ltd; an industry leading provider of construction, civil engineering and groundworks services.

Together, Coverdale Hughes offer more than 100 years of experience in bespoke building, historic repair, and the restoration of properties and homes of distinction.

Peter Coverdale

Peter is a leading expert in heritage restoration and the repair and conservation of historic buildings.

An award-winning stonemason, Peter has more than 50 years’ experience working on heritage projects nationally and internationally, from medieval Grade I listed Cathedrals to Roman-era archaeological sites and Scandinavian Stone Age villages.

A project leader with extensive experience working in rural and urban environments, Peter has been entrusted to restore Castles, Churches, Cathedrals, Museums, Mills, Farmhouses and outbuildings, heritage visitor attractions, halls, manor houses and private residential developments.

Hughes Bros
Construction Ltd

A leading UK provider of construction, civil engineering and groundworks services based in Darlington, County Durham, with offices in Sunderland and Yorkshire.

Hughes Bros manages projects for clients in the public and private sectors, including housing, leisure, commercial, industrial and retail development across the North East and Yorkshire.

Hughes Bros are full-service providers in construction and civil engineering, from demolition to bespoke development, and is proud of its reputation for delivering the highest standards of service and excellence across the built environment.

Projects

Coverdale Hughes are specialists in the repair and restoration of historic buildings, private homes of distinction and bespoke property developments.

Greta Bridge

Greta Bridge is a small hamlet and village on the banks of the River Greta, three miles South East of the market town of Barnard Castle in the Durham Dales.