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Flint Town Hall Windows

As part of extensive restoration works to Flint Town Hall, we were asked to manufacture and glaze two new windows to match the town hall’s existing original cast iron windows.

We cast both of the new windows using traditional foundry methods and forged a new catch to lock the opening lights, replicating those on the original windows.

Our team installed both of the new windows into the openings and glazed with 3mm thick restoration grade clear glass.

Both of the window openings were irregular and asymmetrical with no fixed radius or shape

Both of the window openings were irregular and asymmetrical with no fixed radius or shape

Our surveyor templated the openings and designed the new windows to ensure a good fit

Our surveyor templated the openings and designed the new windows to ensure a good fit

Our surveyor accurately measured sections of the original windows to ensure the new windows would replicate the originals

Our surveyor accurately measured sections of the original windows to ensure the new windows would replicate the originals

Our surveyor accurately measured one of the original windows to ensure the new windows would closely replicate the originals

Our surveyor accurately measured one of the original windows to ensure the new windows would closely replicate the originals

Our pattern maker manufactured bespoke pattern work for the new window

Our pattern maker manufactured bespoke pattern work for the new window

Our pattern maker manufactured bespoke pattern work for the opening light

Our pattern maker manufactured bespoke pattern work for the opening light

We installed and glazed both of the new windows

We installed and glazed both of the new windows

We installed and glazed both of the new windows

We installed and glazed both of the new windows

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