As well as our standard pavement lights we have also been involved in some specialist projects. If you would like something a little different to the norm we are happy to work with you to achieve a look you are happy with yet is practical and conforms to council standards.
Drapers Hall, Throgmorton Avenue.
We have recently completed an exciting project on the Drapers Hall. Along a walkway there were existing circular cast iron pavement lights that needed to be replaced. We worked alongside various companies to achieve a like for like replacement glazing with our 100mm x 100mm x 26mm glass lenses
The old cast iron lights
New cast iron lights, glazed and ready for installation
We carried out a project in Tynemouth Pier, on the pier they had old pavement lights that were originally tiled with a Victorian style finish. Over the years the lights have become weathered and very tired looking and the clients wanted them replaced like for like. We manufactured the panels as pre cast units, finished low to allow for a tile finish which was carried out in our workshop. The panels were then transported to Tynemouth pier, installed and sealed with a hot pour sealer.
The old Tynemouth Pier
New Tynemouth Pier
A private residence had existing cast iron pavement lights that needed replacing but wanted a lower cost option yet still trying to keep a vintage look for the pavement lights. We suggested our concrete panels cast low so that we were able to top with black and white tiles creating a Victorian look.
The old Bath
New Bath, glazed and ready for installation
Bracken House, London
This was as internal project where the clients had glass and concrete walkways. The concrete was wearing and there were a few damaged lenses. We cut down and removed the concrete between the lenses, approximately by 20mm and and refaced with a concrete granite mix and replaced the damaged 190mm glass lenses as necessary.