Sentinel House Concrete Repairs
The building became the home of The Sentinel Newspaper. The Sentinel was the first daily paper to be published in the Potteries. In 1892, Thomas Twyford agreed a merger between his own paper the Staffordshire Post and the Sentinel, with the apparent objective of removing political leanings. In 1898, a new paper company was registered as the Staffordshire Sentinel Ltd. Since the move in 2013, staff are claiming they have been joined by more than just their colleagues.
Makers were called into initially provide a walk round survey by Sandyford Properties ltd based in Stoke On Trent, after a large piece of stone had delaminated from the first floor directly above the main entrance. Once the visual survey was being done, we identified further large amount of spalling and delamination of coatings. Once the client had been informed of our findings, he instructed Makers to instigate a full Make Safe and Testing survey which would ensure he met his H&S regulatory mandate, this also provided a full schedule of defects, thus enabling a good budget cost, along with a program for the works.
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