Bank facade repair and restoration

Bank facade repair and restoration

Lloyds Bank Facade, Repairs & Restoration We were asked to carry out a survey on the façade of this branch of Lloyds Bank, following health and safety concerns caused by falling masonry.  Having produced a detailed report, we did some temporary works to make the building safe by removing loose stonework before developing a repair specification with the FM companies, Worksolv and Mitie. The scope and methodology were agreed with the structural engineer and all stonework repairs were completed during an 8-week contract. Keep public access to the bank throughout the operation meant rigorous health and safety precautions. All scaffolding was sheeted and double-planked to avoid debris falling on the public — even then, an operative continued to sweep the payment below to ensure there were no trip hazards. Finally, we used tool dust extraction and a silent generator to reduce the nuisance potential to the public and employees. Details of Work Included: Removal of former plastic repairs. Cutting out of heavily decayed masonry where structurally unsound. Lithomex restoration of structurally good masonry to replicate detailing. Elements of rebuilding adding stainless steel doweling and dog cramps. Templating and production of replacement masonry at our workshop. Site fixing of replacement masonry. Lloyds Blackpool Facade Return to Projects View Other Recent Work Glossop Library, DerbyshireJuly 11, 2018 St Anne’s Church, SaleMay 14, 2018 Bank Facade Works, Manchester City CentreNovember 7, 2017 Cold Arbor Farm, MacclesfieldNovember 7, 2017 Heversham – Masonry RestorationJuly 6, 2017 New build home, DisleyJuly 4, 2017 Tracery Repairs, St James’ Church, BrindleJuly 4, 2017 Shepley Bridge Repair & Re-build, TamesideJune 30, 2017 Rochdale Cemetery Entrance arch and...
St. Barnabas Church, Heapey

St. Barnabas Church, Heapey

St. Barnabas Church, Heapey Lyons Stonework, were approached to repair and restore the Rose window in the parish church of St Barnabas, Heapey.  The church of St. Barnabas was first built in 1552, rebuilt in 1740 and enlarged in 1829 and 1867 and restored in 1876 and 1898. The church consists of chancel, nave and transepts and is a Grade II Listed building. Work of this sensitive nature is carried out onsite and in our banker shop.  Once a stone match to the original stone and templates have been acquired, our skilled banker masons work to sympathetically recreate the original window and restore it to its former beauty. The property was significantly extended, and we ensured that the correct stone and architectural masonry was employed. Details of Work Included: Completion of new inset into the rose window. Scheduling and templating for masonry to complete the inner part of the window. Production of new masonry. Feature carvings within the window masonry. Sympathetic Repairs to original building Lime pointing and repairs to surrounding stone masonry. Steel dowelling to hold the inner rose into place. Return to...