Our project list covers major commercial and industrial projects throughout the west of Scotland, including churches, hospitals, factories and power stations as well as office blocks and retail premises. Clients range from local authority managers and architects to private sector businesses of every description.

Increasingly, these days, we are being asked to supply these specialised skills to domestic projects, giving private houses and outbuildings a major facelift through stonecleaning, paint removal and restoration repairs, pointing and mastic works.

We are also organising and carrying out common repairs and cosmetic improvements on multi-owner properties. Long experience in the commercial market place means we offer domestic customers high standards of workmanship at a business-like price.


Lenzie – Paint Removed, pointing and stone repairs carried out per Historic Scotland specifications


Duntocher Church of Scotland – old stone was cut back and arch was repaired with Lime mortars.


Kelvin Drive , West End

Extensive work was carried out on the building, paint was removed from the front of the building and number of ballustrades were replaced, and new put in and pointed with lime putty.

A recently completed extension on Boclair Road, Bearsden


Restoration and stone cleaning work carried out on a house in Prestwick


Restoration and stone cleaning work carried out on a house in Gartmore


Work carried out in Sandyford Place, Glasgow


Auchengray, a 17th century farmhouse in the Clyde valley was hidden beneath three centuries of peeling paint. We used Neolith chemical paint stripping systems to remove the paint and reveal the natural sandstone of the original. Contract included repointing and replacement of decayed masonry.


Collilyn – a house in Bearsden before and after stonecleaning and restoration was carried out.



Walling and Drystone Dyking



Beardmore House, Dalmuir – The Beardmore House in Dalmuir work was carried out on winter/spring of 2012, the building was restored and cleaned to its natural colour and was repaired with lime mortars.



New Steps in Lenzie – Feb 2012



Arrochar Parish Church- pinnacles rebuilt


St. Andrew Kirk, Helensburgh – pinnacles and stonework on the interior of the spire


Stone built farmhouse in Dunlop – paint was removed and stonework repaired.



Paintwork removed to bring back natural stone – Partickhill, Glasgow – Summer 2012


Braemore House, Largs – Old stone cut back and repaired using lime mortars and stone indents – 2013


 Luss Parish Chruch during summer 2014 – work was undertaken on renewing and repairing the bell tower


Killcreggan – extensive paint removal from the front elevation and lime repairs carried out on damged mould work. A 100% pointing to help return building the way it would have been originally