CONSERVATION

One of our first experiences of working with architecturally sensitive buildings was at New Lanark- a World Heritage Site. Mill 2 now has a beautiful roof garden. More recently we have worked with the University of Edinburgh in the re-gilding of The Golden Boy, a statue that sits on top of the dome of the Old College- a real scaffold/steeplejack challenge. The Willow Tea Rooms in Sauchiehall Street is one of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's most famous buildings- we are happy to be involved in the restoration of the Tea Rooms to their original glory! The Laminar Island battery was originally built in 1781 during the American War of Independence to protect the town from invasion, we were proud to take part in the conservation works on the island transforming the space from a ruin into a beautiful work of art.

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ROOF GARDEN, MILL 2, NEW LANARK

CLIENT: NEW LANARK CONSERVATION TRUST

CONTRACT VALUE: £250K

THE WILLOW TEA ROOMS

CLIENT: THE WILLOW TEA ROOMS TRUST

CONTRACT VALUE:£3M

 

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Lamer Island Battery

CLIENT: DUNBAR HARBOUR TRUST

CONTRACT VALUE: £500K

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