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Leisure Centres, Railways and Memorials

Leisure Centres, Railways and Memorials

Several jobs completed never quite made it to the blog process. In recent weeks we looked back over these and compiled them into a few ‘combined blogs’. This is the first of these combined blogs.

Leisure Centres, Railways and Memorials

Various works to Newcastle University Quadrangle

Various works to Newcastle University Quadrangle

A few smaller schemes completed in the Quadrangle of Newcastle University.

Various works to Newcastle University Quadrangle

From One Castle to Another

From One Castle to Another

Now that the works at Lindsifarne Castle are finished, St Astier moves onto its next big restorative venture: Ford Castle.

From One Castle to Another

When We're Cleaning Windmills

When We're Cleaning Windmills

Fulwell Windmill is located on the north east coast in Sunderland and is classified as Grade II. It was constructed circa 1821 and was subsequently restored in 1951, 1987, and again in 2000.

When We're Cleaning Windmills

Swinging Low at Winston Bridge

Swinging Low at Winston Bridge

Part of the works at Winston Bridge required specialist machinery to access the lower level areas.

Swinging Low at Winston Bridge

Queen Victoria Gets a Makeover

Queen Victoria Gets a Makeover

The statue of Queen Victoria is Grade II listed and located directly in front of South Shields Town Hall. The statue itself is made from bronze and it sits on a Granite Plinth.

Queen Victoria Gets a Makeover

Rosette Approval for DOFF Machine

Rosette Approval for DOFF Machine

St Astier has been awarded the Rosette for Stonehealth Approved Contractors of the DOFF Superheated Water Stone Cleaning Machine

Rosette Approval for DOFF Machine

Carville Compound

Carville Compound

Site offices at this motorway maintenance depot were accessed by a wooden walkway and ramp. The walkway was adjacent to the vehicular entrance and a barn containing road salt which was used by HGVs reversing in.

Carville Compound

Lindisfarne - Completed External Elevations

Lindisfarne - Completed External Elevations

The scaffolding is finally stripped on the South and East lower battery elevations to reveal the sneck harling finish.

Lindisfarne - Completed External Elevations