|Structural Steelwork – Knightstor
This project involved the conversion of an old farm building into a modern, high security, document storage facility. Gaining access via scissor lifts where necessary, we removed years of rust from the structural steelwork to allow application of a one coat anti-corrosive finish paint supplied by us and applied by the client. Once the building was weatherproof, the client purchased floor paints from us to complete the job.
|Internal Brickwork & Timber – Emma Bridgewater Pottery
As part of Stoke-on-Trent’s urban regeneration these old pottery premises were to be developed into modern office space whilst retaining the period features and character of the building. Working in partnership with a scheme sub-contractor, the old lead content paint was removed from approximately 3000sqm of internal brickwork and roofing timbers. Working areas were isolated to retain dust allowing the pottery to remain fully operational on the same premises during the entire project.
|Brickwork & Ironmongery – Grade II Listed Building
This stable block was being renovated into annexed living accommodation with the stalls being retained as a grand reminder of its previous use. We cleaned the walls of paint, emulsion and a patchwork of cement render back to the old brickwork. Particular attention was paid to not damaging the windows and doors which were already in place. The wrought iron stalls were cleaned of old paint and rust before application of an anti-corrosive primer and a polyurethane topcoat to return them to their former glory.