Proud to work with the CIOB

Thomann-Hanry® and the Chartered Institute of Building: the perfect team.

With our aim of working to rejuvenate many of the UK’s most prestigious cities, we are delighted to work with the CIOB, with their focus on the improvement of the practices in the building and construction industry and their commitment to supporting those who work in building conservation.

Conservation, adaptation and maintenance of the building environment at Church House, Westminster

April 30th, 2019

With so many historic landmarks within our portfolio, we are delighted to have the opportunity, once again, to take part as sponsors in the CIOB Conservation Conference. The event this year will be hosted at Church House, a stunning Grade II listed building in the heart of Westminster. The day comprises presentations and interactive case study sessions that explore impressive examples of heritage restoration projects from the UK. Whilst there, we will be showcasing the cleaning and restoration work that we had recently undertaken on many prestigious buildings, including the Somerset House, where the same event was held in 2018.

CIOB members and associates will have the unique opportunity to see first-hand the superb results our façade gommage® technique can produce, as well as understand how quickly and securely work can be carried out through our environmentally-friendly process.

You are welcome to visit our stand to learn that we have a wealth of experience to share when it comes to cleaning and restoring historic buildings facades. Our previous projects include the Bank of England, King’s College in Cambridge, The Ritz Hotel, the Reform Club, Australia House and many more.

We look forward to meeting you there.

Book your space here.

Conservation of historic buildings – working with the National Trust

We have recently become an approved supplier for the National Trust and have, so far, worked on the Cliveden Estate, Buckinghamshire, Fenton House in Hampstead and a number of listed cottages on the Bradenham Estate, also in Buckinghamshire.

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