City Hall in Cardiff which is maintained by Cardiff City Council, was built in 1906 from Portland stone it is an important early example of the Edwardian Baroque style.
Ian Williams is about commence a programme of structural repairs to 120 of the external Bath stone balustrades, which surround the entire roof area of the building. Incorporating a complex network of scaffolding, work will commence on the east side of the Hall and take about 20 weeks to complete. Due to the nature of the works, we’ve partnered with a specialist stonemason company who be individually handcrafting each of the balustrades.
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