Highland Mary’s Grave, Greenock
Restorative cleaning Highland Mary’s Memorial in Greenock using DOFF superheated heated water powered machine to remove algae and debris before repairing decayed carved details and repointing joints with lime mortar.
Dean Castle Entrance Columns, Ayrshire
Take down existing pillars approx half way, rebuild pillars & reposition pillar caps, supply of new stone to make good defective stonework
Christie Park, Alexandria
Restore lettering to war memorial using specialist masonry techniques and special masonry paints in accordance with listed status.
Dalzell Mausoleum – North Lanarkshire Council
Conservation of stonework including roof replacement, repairing carved masonry detailing, rebuilding collapsed structures, taking down and rebuilding walls, numbering stones to ensure historic replication. Supplying and dressing new stone to match existing.
The Art Club, Glasgow
Traditional lime plaster work – maintaining original features in a Grade A listed building using traditional construction methods and materials.
The Glasgow Art Club was created by the amalgamation of two adjacent houses in 1893, to the designs of the architect John Keppie, who transformed the ground floor to create a series of interlinked function rooms. The Gallery to the rear of the building was designed by a young Charles Rennie Mackintosh.