Albert Embankment in London:
site was on the South Thames embankment between Lambeth Bridge and
Westminister Bridge directly opposite the houses of parliament.
The works involved the removal of chewing gum from the stone paving
(approx 1km long) and also the removal of graffiti from Portland
stone and marble walls.
Small amphitheatre in Cheshunt - granite sealed with our reguard 2000 coating system.
Halls Place - Grade 1 listed country house built in 1540 for Sir John Champney, a former Lord Mayor of London - stone paving sealed with our reguard 2000 coating system.