Project: 1-3 Bishopsgate

This beautiful Grade II listed building dating back to 1877 was designed by Thomas Chatfield Clarke. It is comprised of 4 storeys plus basement and garret and was once the offices of the Royal Bank of Scotland. The Swags, Balustrades’, Ionic Columns, Dentil Course and Ashlars’ were all covered in particulates caused by pollution and in need of refurbishment / redecoration / cleaning. The main challenge was to erect scaffolding in one of London’s busiest streets without disruption to local businesses and foot traffic in and around peak hours.


Scope of Works:

  • Torc Clean (method of stone cleaning)

  • Lime Mortar Repairs/Pointing

  • Repair/Renew Portland Stone

  • Brickwork/Pointing Repairs

  • Repair/Replace Damaged Leadwork

  • Remove/ Replace Existing Rooflight

Contract Value: £240k