Recclesia has a dedicated metal conservation and fabrication workshop with a highly experienced team which has worked on numerous historic metalwork conservation projects, often as part of a wider scheme of work on which we’ve acted as Principal Contractor.
Below are some of our metalwork projects which will give you a good insight into our capability.
Over the last few years South Tyneside’s foremost civic building and its associated council offices have been undergoing a major facelift. As part of the works to provide a modern working environment to allow the council to become ever more efficient, conservation works are being carried out to the Grade II listed Town Hall building.
Sitting at the heart of Caernarfon, North Wales, the Market Hall was built in 1832 by John Lloyd, architect of Caernarfon, as a corn market on the earlier site of an Elizabethan house called Plas Mawr. Recclesia were awarded a contract to complete extensive renovation works internally, and sensitive conservation and repair works externally, readying the building for its new use as a micro-brewery and event space.