When Tarmac’s Limelite team was approached regarding the Milner Hall project, they instantly recommended Tempo PCE who chose Limelite 7 for the Milner Hall project; a Tarmac grout with hydraulic lime content that’s specially designed for heritage buildings, especially ancient structures such as churches.
St Paul’s Cathedral
A monumental restoration project for the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral spanning 15 years and costing £40 million. It was the first comprehensive restoration project that the Cathedral has gone through and this extensive cleaning, repair and renovation programme was one of the largest of its kind ever in the UK.
St Pancras Station
Limelite Heritage Mortars and Grouts to help restore St Pancras station buildings to their Victorian splendour.
Tarmac Building Products were asked to supply Queen Mary’s development (a historic London hospital converted into apartments) with Tarmac Heritage Hydraulic Lime Mortars.
The Beaney Institute
A project designed to conserve, repair and restore the existing Beaney Institute in Canterbury city centre. The new extension will double the building’s size, creating more and better space for both museum and library services.