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A selection of our recent conservation and new-build projects
Wrought iron gates at Antony House, a National Trust property in Cornwall, were showing signs of serious corrosion in joints and at low level.
A new portico has been added to this listed building as part of an HLF Parks for People scheme.
The original stair handrail at the stables was straightened. Paint was removed by using a needle gun and the whole handrail was repainted.
Chorlton Lodge is being restored as part of an HLF-funded park scheme. A finial which has been missing from the lodge has been replicated by us in copper.
Patination on this bronze plaque had been abraded accidentally during cleaning operations.
Built in 1889, the Old Liberal Club in Stockport has a distinctive set of rainwater pipes and hopper heads.
Chester Cathedral bells were moved to a new tower built alongside the cathedral in the 1960s. Extending public access to the tower and roof required new balustrading and walkways.
Restoration and adaptation of original cast iron mullions at the Old Lloyd’s Bank Building, King Street, Manchester.
Cast iron floor grilles were made to match existing ones in a historic property. Nominally 1,000 × 750mm, special sizes and curved lengths were manufactured to suit the application.