Hallmark Building

Works are continuing for Paye Stonework & Restoration Ltd at the Hallmark Building with elevations on both Fenchurch Street and Leadenhall Street in the City of London.

The elevation at 52-56 Leadenhall Street is a 12-bay, 7-storey office building in the Beaux-Arts style designed by M.E. Collins & L.S. Sullivan and built in 1919–21.

Gantry on Leadenhall Street

It was previously known as Furness House, and occupied by the London Metal Exchange. The site was occupied by the Tylers’ and Bricklayers’ Hall from 1538 to 1833.

Fenchurch Street Elevation

We have provided access scaffolding to enable refurbishment to the existing stone facades together with associated cantilevered gantries and hoists.

Cantilevered Gantry on Leadenhall Street

New Bridge Street

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