3 Dencora Business Centre, Nuffield Road, Cambridge CB4 1TG
FIBROUS PLASTERWORK AND TRADITIONAL LIME PLASTER
Founded in 1887, this family business has a reputation for high quality workmanship based on sound traditional principles gained over many years working in the Cambridge Colleges and surrounding country houses. Past projects have included Uppark and Ightham Mote for the National Trust, the Choueke Residence in Kobe, Japan and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.
The company has recently completed the lime plasterwork to the New Bodleian Library in Oxford and the restoration of two Robert Adams ceilings in Portland Place and St Georges Church in Hanover Square. Continuity of experience has enabled the company to pass on the traditional skills of the craft and today it offers a highly trained work force capable of undertaking the most demanding work in plain or decorative plasterwork and external rendering.
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