Commercial buildings, such as offices, factories and warehouses often need to remain fully operational throughout the contract period. Helifix provide a rapid installation service which keeps disruption to a minimum.
Concealed crack stitching on listed almshouse
Having undertaken a structural survey, crack stitching using bonded HeliBars was proposed to restore the building’s structural integrity.
SockFix anchors restore structural integrity to historic chateau
The walls of a four storey period chateau were suffering from cracking, bowing and bulging, Helifix masonry repair systems restored structural integrity.
Demolition proceeds after gable wall secured using SockFix
A number of dilapidated Victorian three storey buildings were to be demolished to make way for some newly constructed retail…
Exterior Structural Restoration of Wolfe Tone House, Dublin
Once suffering from dangerous falling masonry, this large period building’s structural integrity was restored using a variety Helifix repair techniques.
Bulging wall of Category A Listed Georgian property repaired
This Category A listed Georgian Property suffered with a severe bulge at the pilaster and required stabilising. Helifix devised a repair specification.
Structural stabilisation to listed 16th century building
Settlement of rubble fill had caused half of a stone wall to bulge in a listed 16th century building which needed stabilising using Helifix repair methods.
Leaning brick panels reconnected
Although only some 25 years old, due to the use of incorrect wall ties during construction the outer leaf brick panels on this large commercial building were leaning outwards.
Failed and spalling masonry made safe
A 3 storey office block was suffering from cracking and crushing of the front elevation brickwork and movement / cracking of its high level lintels.
Asymmetric ties secure cladding panels
During an external refurbishment of 3 multi-storey blocks, engineers had concerns about the original fixings for the stone cladding on the columns and beams.
Multi-storey cladding panels re-secured
Following structural inspection this car park suffered with cladding panel wall ties of poor condition and insufficient support at the nibs at each floor of the concrete frame.
Lintel and sill repairs to 1800’s red sandstone
Three storey building had suffered from subsidence. Movement to both of the front elevations had caused structural damage to the windows’ lintels and sills.