Zenith Property Conservation Limited has been awarded a major term contract by The University of Edinburgh for the provision of ‘Building Maintenance and Small Works’. The Measured Term Contract covers the period from 3rd August 2015 up to 2nd August
Zenith’s Scaffold Division has successfully completed a high profile design and erection project at the University of Edinburgh. The work involved facilitating access to the Golden Boy statue on the dome of the University’s Old College. The sculpture, put in
Zenith Property Conservation Limited has begun work on a conservation project in the centre of Edinburgh, Scotland. The project, which is in excess of £300,000 involves masonry repairs, lead work, lime pointing, roof repairs and the rebuild of four stone chimneys.
Over the years, Zenith Property Conservation Limited has carried major Conservation works to listed buildings throughout Edinburgh & Scotland. The Company has successfully refubished numerous Grade A listed buildings in Scotland’s capital city. As part of the Company’s drive to
Zenith Property Conservation Limited carry out numerous stonemasonry projects throughout the country. We have our own in-house structural engineering team and therefore we design all temporary works and provide a full structural engineering service. In addition, we have our own in-house specialist access division as well as our traditional scaffolding division. We are able to bring innovation to projects where access proves to be an issue. Our stonemasons have decades of experience having gained a wealth of experience on structures ranging from Grade A listed buildings, monuments, bridges and aged properties.
Three of Zenith’s apprentices have recently been awarded prestigious trophies at the Annual 2012 Steeplejack Industry Training Group & CITB Awards evening held at the Bircham Newton Training Centre. Luke McGuire was awarded ‘The Walter Bacon Merit Award for Best Steeplejack Laddering’ and Blair Watson & Ali Adams were jointly awarded the ‘Dr. Short Steeplejack Award – Best Improved Trainee Steeplejack Trophy.’
Zenith is the final stages of completing a £1 million project involving the refurbishment of a Victorian Water Tower in Glasgow, Scotland. The scope of works include the installation of a full elevation scaffold to facilitate conservation works, extensive repairs and internal modifications. “All of Zenith’s divisions have been involved in the refurbishment of the tower. We are able to provide structural engineering, scaffold erection, rope access, steeplejacks, stonemasons and contract management. In essence, we are a ‘one stop shop’ which means that the client has one point of contact for the whole project. We are often called in by clients at the planning stage which enables us to identify cost savings utlising our innovation capability. From industrial chimneys to flare stacks, from listed buildings to jetties, we provide a comprehensive service that keeps us at the top,” comments Colin McCurdy, Managing Director.