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'Tuck pointing' is a highly skilled way of finishing coloured mortar joints which match the colour of the masonry - usually bricks - with a narrow rid...

Thrilled to install the Cornerstone monument in Tanner Street Park marking the final hurdle for sculptor Austin Emery and the community he led in brin...

We have an exceptional history of cleaning and restoring facades, monuments, commercial buildings, historic properties, churches and monuments, and we...

Ahead of the CIOB 2020 Annual Conference on Future Skills for Traditional Buildings, we wanted to highlight our commitment to apprenticeships while pr...

Chenil House on King’s Road was an underused and unlisted building located within a Conservation Area and adjacent to the Grade II listed Chelsea To...

PAYE Repaired and conserved this unique 50 metre late 18th century Gothic tower to its historic architectural splendour using a natural cement in keep...

Originally built in the 1930’s to the design of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, this iconic London landmark is the largest brick building in Europe. It was...