Trinity Presbyterian ChurchMay 22, 2020 1:41 pm Leave your thoughts
Queenstown Restoration were appointed to conduct large scale repair and repointing works on the Trinity Presbyterian Church at the bottom of Summerhill North in the city. Initial works required a full perimeter façade scaffold to access all stone faces of the building up to and including ridge heights. From there the scaffold was further extended in order to account for all four faces of the spire. This job required a large amount of in-fill sections in ‘Tube & Fitting’ and our team of experienced scaffolders excelled in the tough layouts that lay ahead of them.
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