|Client:||The Salvation Army|
Built in the mid 1800's from red sandstone, the three storey Salvation Army shop, with offices above, had suffered from subsidence and required underpinning. Movement to both of the front elevations had caused structural damage to the windows' lintels and sills.
Remove and replace cracked stonework, lintels and sills. This would have been time consuming, very expensive, difficult to match the original materials and caused much disruption to the building's occupants.
Our Approved Installer used sympathetic Helibeam repair techniques to restore structural integrity: