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Replication, New Build
We produced one pair of matching cast iron lockable gates complete with fixed cast iron side panels to replicate closely the originals of days gone by.
The sensitive restoration of two sets of Grade I Listed late eighteenth-century Italian wrought iron gates, side panels and railings to Tatton Park’s Mansion house courtyard, with removal of old paint and corrosion, repair of locks and replacement of missing iron details.
Full restoration of one set of vehicular gates to the South East of the Square
Restoration of cast iron gates and railings around the front of a private house in a conservation area.
Conservation and repair of the GdII listed gates and railings as part of Coedpoeth Community Council’s War Memorial Centenary Project.
Repairs and refurbishment of bent and corroded iron entrance gates at Queen Mary’s Grammar School.
Wrought iron gates at Antony House, a National Trust property in Cornwall, were showing signs of serious corrosion in joints and at low level.
Metal and masonry work undertaken by us at Failsworth Cemetery, Oldham as the main contractor to Oldham Council.
We removed, repaired and reinstalled cast iron railings to the entrance steps of this GdII listed building. Missing parts were replicated. Substantial new steel railings to the site perimeter were also included.