e specialise in the re-ordering of church sanctuaries, offering a complete design and build package.
Through our many years experience we can advise on the use of existing materials to create new designs. For example alteration and re-sitting of Altars.
Advice and estimates are given free and without obligation. We are always pleased to receive an invitation to visit a church no matter how large or small the intended work.
Our services include:
The manufacture of Altars, Ambos, Fonts, Chairs, Credance Tables, Podium etc.
The supply and fixing of floor or wall lining in marble, stone or granite.
Individual hand carved marble statues
Foundation stones and Commemorative plaques.
Recent Contracts Include
St Mary's - Levenshulme
St James the Less - Rawtenstall
St Herberts - Chadderton
St Mary's "The Hidden Gem" - Manchester
St Dunstan's - Moston
St Paul the Apostle - Leeds
St John's Cathedral - Salford
St Aidan - Wythenshaw
St Charles - Swinton
St William of York - Bolton
St Peter and Paul - St Helens
St John Payne School - Chelmsford
ALexian Brothers Nursing Home - Manchester
St Thomas of Canterbury - Bolton
St Teresa - Penwortham
St Martin - Morecambe
Little Sisters of the Poor - Birmingham and Edinburgh
Sisters of Charity - Oswaldtwistle
St Mary of the Angels - Hooton
Our Lady of Walsingham - Corby
St Gregory - Lydiate
St Thomas & St Stephen - Market Drayton
St Bernard - Burnage
Our Lady of Dolours - Salford
St John the Evangelist - Kirkham
St John Vianney - New Moston
St Marie - Bury
St Ethelbert - Deane
St Christopher - Hurst Cross
St Joseph - Mosseley
St Joseph - Accrington
St Mary - Denton
Sacred Heart - Leigh
St Edward's - Rusholme
ALTAR incorporating original Last Supper Panel
Project - New Church - St Brigid's,
Grey Mare Lane, Manchester,
The Altar was constructed from new Nabrasina marble and the existing Mensa from St Vincent's Church, Openshaw which has now closed.
Following the final Mass at St Vincent's the Mensa was transported to the new church and installed.
The original 'Last Supper Panel' was repainted by Peter Carrara of Liverpool.
The Tabernacle Podium from St Vincent's was remodelled to form the new Lectern.
The Tabernacle Podium was carefully moved from it's positon in the old St Brigid's Church and reassembled in the new church.