Projects and case studies featuring natural stone on EXTERNAL WORKS. Inspiration and ideas to help you find the best solution for your project.
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  • Pomery Natural Stone: Sandstone paving and copings - Muslim Burial Ground
    Sandstone paving and copings - Muslim Burial Ground
    Pomery Natural Stone
    Project, 05 September 2017
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  • Pomery Natural Stone: Blue-grey granite setts, slabs and kerbs - fire station
    Blue-grey granite setts, slabs and kerbs - fire station
    Pomery Natural Stone
    Project, 31 January 2022
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  • Pomery Natural Stone: Sandstone paving and copings - Muslim Burial Ground
    Sandstone paving and copings - Muslim Burial Ground
    Pomery Natural Stone
    Pomery Natural Stone supplied Indian sandstone for paving and copings as part of the renovation project at the Muslim Burial Ground, Horsell Common, the final resting place for allied Muslim soldiers who died of their wounds in...
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  • Pomery Natural Stone: Blue-grey granite setts, slabs and kerbs - fire station
    Blue-grey granite setts, slabs and kerbs - fire station
    Pomery Natural Stone
    Pomery Natural Stone provided natural stone paving for the refurbishment of West Midlands Fire Station, an imposing building on Lancaster Circus, Queensway. Products supplied: S07 Blue-Black cropped granite setts and bollards,...
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  • Monumental granite for Brunel monument, Portsmouth
    Colas
    Portsmouth was to create a monument to Isambard Kingdom Brunel who was born in the city in 1806. Colas sponsored the five tonne Cornish granite stone, supplied from its Carnsew granite quarry, for the monument. Colas produced the...
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  • Natural stone surfacing for new Town Hall, Johnstone
    BBS Natural Stone Specialists
    BBS Granite Concepts worked with landscaping sub-contractor, Malcolm Construction, to provide natural stone solutions for the exterior landscaping at the new Johnstone Town Hall in Renfrewshire. To keep in line with Scottish...
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