Many of Bench Architects commissions involve significant Medieval or Tudor components; whether surviving perpendicular church towers (St. John the Baptist - Tibshelf - II*; St Helen Church - South Wheatley - I); or the nucleus and undercrofts of manor houses, (Beightonfields Priory - II*, Snitterton Hall - I, Hassop Hall - II*, Burscough Hall - II, Town House Farm - II*, Offerton Hall - II*, Wiverton Hall - II*).

Over his professional career Adam Bench has worked on major Medieval and Tudor monuments such as Sutton Place - Guilford [1511], Hardwick Old Hall - Derbyshire [1580s], St Mary's Bridge Chapel - Derby [13th Century] and St. Mary the Virgin [15th Century] or St Peters - Nottingham [13th Century].

Bench Architects have been commissioned to execute Quinquennial Reports and subsequent repairs to significant Norman churches such as St. Lawrence - Whitwell - [I] and All Saints - Steetley [I] a tiny chapel of c1100 and by far the richest example of Norman Architecture in Derbyshire.