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A selection of our recent conservation and new-build projects
Full restoration of Chester’s landmark clock which stands on the pedestrian bridge over Eastgate and is part of the city’s Roman wall.
Metalwork and glazing repairs to a GdII listed building in Liverpool city centre.
We replicated a sluice jackhead winding mechanism for the Macclesfield Canal.
Manufacture and installation of bespoke floor ventilation grilles and first-fix frames.
Conservation and repair of the GdII listed gates and railings as part of Coedpoeth Community Council’s War Memorial Centenary Project.
Reglazing the famous Compton organ console at Stockport Plaza, a GdII* listed 1930s art deco cinema.
Repairs to decorative castings at a retail premises in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
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.