Stone masonry is an age-old craft that requires skill, patience, and attention to detail. It’s a trade that has been passed down from generation to generation and has been used to construct some of the most magnificent structures in the world. However, as with any material, time and the elements can take their toll on […]
Private Client – This was a new Orangery that featured Stone both externally & internally. We had first been employed directly by the client to construct a new garden wall, which consisted of carrying out all the groundworks/foundations, the buff coloured blockwork to one side and Stoke Ground Bath stone to the other face. Following
Holburne Park is a development of 47 natural stone built houses. All houses are of classic Georgian design. We are working alongside BECT to deliver this high-end development on time and on budget. We are building all the superstructure on these properties using our bricklaying contractors. Material used is a Porotherm block . The stone
Private Client – Pack Masonry has been contracted to fix the stonework on a project where the client is rebuilding a property that was originally partially demolished. Pack Masonry Ltd were contracted by Emery’s of Bath to fix all the new Chicksgrove stone for the new Gothic architectural extension and remedial works to the existing Fonthill
In the bustling heart of Bristol, we undertook a remarkable project, showcasing the beauty of construction in harmony with its surroundings. This endeavour was a collaborative effort between Pack Masonry Ltd, Construction Total Solutions and CETH Construction, united in their commitment to delivering excellence in the construction industry. We embarked on the Portland Square project,
This project was carried out at a private property in Devizes. This project involved copying the original parapet which was heavily decayed. This involved site measuring and then being drawn up in Auto Cad to enable full size templates to be produced for the stone mason to replicate in new stone.
This project was carried out for Pollard Builders of Bridgwater. All the natural stone was manufactured in our factory just outside of Bath using a locally mined stone from Limpley Stoke mine. The super structure was a metal frame building clad with natural Bath stone. The facade of the building was sawn architectural masonry which
This project was carried out for Pollard Builders of Bridgewater. The ‘all natural’ stone was manufactured in our factory just outside of Bath. It was a locally mined stone from Limpley Stoke mine. The super structure was a metal frame building clad with natural Bath stone. The rear and side elevations were all in rubble