Formed in 2008 Conservation Masonry Ltd over the last 10 years have grown to be one, if not the largest stonemason contractors in Scotland employing 60 operatives specialised in cleaning, carving, restoration of existing structures and new build stone projects.
Conveniently situated in Glasgow’s South Street it’s offices, cutting facilities, carvers, stone supply and construction arm can facilitate and undertake projects across the central belt as far west as the Islands of Arran and Bute, over to the east coast and Edinburgh ,up to Dundee and south to Dumfries & Galloway.
Over the last 10 years Conservation Masonry have undertaken many contracts from a few hundred pounds repair and stone supply contracts to large prestigious and historic works in excess of a million pounds. In 2013 Conservation Masonry acquired Realstone’s Scottish division allowing them the facility to cut and profile their own stone purchased from an extensive network of quarries, this facility allows us to prioritise in terms of when stone components are required for a given contract as well as expediting supply of the stone in many cases at half the normal lead in time.
Conservation Masonry are Constructionline and Safe Contractor Accredited, out contracts foremen and manager are SMSTS qualified and all our operatives carry CSCS Cards in line with good and safe working practice., as a company we are committed to the development and safety of our company and staff, both present and future.
As a company committed to training the new talent of the future we employ several apprentices at various stages of the 4 year training programme, all apprentices are trained under the strict supervision of the Construction Industry Training Board at the City of Glasgow College.
We have been fortunate to work with some well renowned Architects and for some prestigious clients including Simpson & Brown, Paige & Park, Peter Drummond, Robert Potter & Partners, Glasgow University, the NHS, The Archdiocese of Glasgow and Motherwell, Several Local Councils and Housing Associations. A more detailed explanation of our previous works can be viewed in the Projects section.