Structural Renovations Limited was established in 1993 as a specialist structural repair contractor operating mainly within London and the South East of England, including Sussex, Kent, Surrey and Essex.
We have a directly employed, fully trained workforce, which, combined with our hands-on management team enables us to offer our clients assistance from feasibility to completion.
Structural Renovations Limited act as Principal Contractor as well as specialist Sub-Contractor on projects with a value up to £1.75m.
We retain relevant industry accreditation's and are approved by specialist material manufacturers including Sika, Weber, Fosroc, Flexcrete, Remmers, Helifix and Proteus.
We have extensive experience in the health, education, governmental, commercial, residential and infrastructure sectors, working closely with consulting engineers, building surveyors and architects. Our services are frequently required on structures of a listed status, where we are able to assist in replicating various details to satisfy conservation bodies, such as English Heritage.
If you would like to discuss our services in more detail or if you have a particular project to discuss then please get in touch.
Craig has been working within the structural repair industry for 25 years and has been with Structural Renovations since 1993. He has a wealth of experience in the industry with a particular interest in historic structures.
Tom joined Structural Renovations in 2006 from university. He has worked on a wide-ranging number of projects and specialises in the masonry repair and stabilisation side of the business.
With over 45 years in the construction industry of which nearly 30 have been in the specialist sector, Andrew has worked on a large number of significant projects. He is a former chairman of the Concrete Repair Association with an extensive knowledge in the repairing of concrete.
Liz has been with Structural Renovations since 1993. In addition to accounting duties, she is the Office Manager and is also responsible for training and HR issues.