English Heritage approves Grade 1 Listed Repairs at Roehampton House
Helifix Grade 1 listed masonry repairs were approved by English Heritage as part of the multi-award winning restoration at Roehampton House, London.
Non-disruptive lintel creation on Bristol North Baths
The non-disruptive Helifix masonry repair system was used to create window openings as part of the Grade II Listed Bristol North Baths refurbishment.
Concealed Crack Stitching at Grade I Listed Somerset House
Where a boathouse was removed, Helifix crack stitching was specified to address subsequent cracking of five internal cross walls on the Grade I listed building.
Derelict 1867 Grade II Listed Warehouse Conversion
An extensive refurbishment and conversion of the 1867 warehouse required structural stabilisation of the brickwork with Helifix concealed repairs.
Repairs to Grade II Listed Rubble Filled Stone Walls
1740 Grade II listed public house with rubble filled stone walls suffering structural faults, masonry cracking, leaning and bulging walls is repaired.
Tudor Grade I Listed Mansion Structurally Reinforced
Helifix’s experience and expertise in sympathetically repairing historic buildings is displayed in the reinforcement of Tudor Grade 1 listed mansion.
Major structural repairs to Grade A listed Church
Spalling concrete from internal arches, cracked masonry, failure of masonry supporting dome and weak concrete supporting the purlins.
Historic New Regent Street, Christchurch
DryFix ties were installed to several buildings to secure the outer masonry leaf to the inner brickwork which contributed to the performance of these buildings during the February 2011 earthquake.