Szerelmey Restoration have recently completed extensive cleaning, repair and restoration works to the historic retained facade that forms part of a new mixed-use development consisting of two towers above a podium. The retained Georgian facade is brick with York stone dressings and decorative brick details.
The works were carried out in two phases. Phase One involved dismantling the brick parapet, which was later rebuilt to match existing using matching bricks. The brickwork and stonework was cleaned, surveyed and scheduled. The floor slabs were secured to the retained facade using bespoke designed stainless steel bracketry and following this, the retention system was removed.
Phase two of the works involved the rebuilding of the brick parapet, extensive repairs and repointing of the brickwork and stonework and the introduction of new double glazed mock sash timber windows.