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A selection of our recent conservation and new-build projects
This wonderful example of a James Nasmyth steam hammer is on display close to the Patricroft works where it was built. The 7cwt hammer been refurbished as a static exhibit, and we were involved in blast cleaning and repainting it.
Berkswich War Memorial is based in Stafford and commemorates the people from the parish of Berkswich who lost their lives in the Great War. We cleaned Verdigris from the bronze plaques and applied layers of wax to protect the surface.
New balcony balustrades in glass and stainless steel were installed over eight floors at the front of Warwickgate House in Manchester.
A combination of replica castings and welding techniques were used to rebuild cast iron railings that were damaged by a vehicle strike.
Dismantling, checking and reassembling the original fire door actuators in Frank Matcham’s GdII* listed theatre.
Library case repair at the GdI listed John Rylands Library in Manchester.
Refurbishment of balustrade and ladders at the GdII* listed former stable block in Buxton.
The Ladies Waiting Room at Shrub Hill Station, Worcester has a cast iron facade which was manufactured by the Vulcan Iron Works circa 1880. We carried out cast iron repairs to this GdII listed building.
The window frames at this GdII listed building were cleaned back to bare metal and then repainted.