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We have no doubt that Quadrigas continued growth and success is due to our employee’s commitment to our clients. Due to this growth, we have made several new appointments.
The Quadriga team take on The Great North Run
Quadriga will be presenting at RICS CPD Day – Birmingham on 24th May 2017
Quadriga delighted to be awarded contract for works to Grade II* Greenbank House, Liverpool
Works almost complete to the Grade II listed Sunlight House
Due to the continued growth of the business we are now looking to recruit a marketing assistant to assist our Sales and Marketing Manager as well as other departments within the organisation.
NVQ Level 3 Awards plus Stone Mason of the Year Winner
I-Beam Replacement - Grade II Listed Building - Merthyr Tydvil
Quadriga Contracts Ltd, a specialist timber, concrete and stone restoration contractor are looking to recruit an apprentice estimator to join their growing team.
Quadriga are awarded works to externally restore the former Gwalia Hotel.
Quadriga are delighted to have been awarded the ‘Heritage Package’ for Hanover Building, Manchester.
Quadriga sympathetically restore the Grade II* listed Tower Building, Liverpool
Quadriga Contracts Ltd launch a new CPD accredited seminar to their suite of seminars covering topics relating to restoration.
With over 11,000 votes casted, the Construction Enquirer Winners have now been announced! Being voted for by peers from within the industry is something special.
We've today taken delivery of two new liveried Quadriga vans at our head office in Cheshire.
Quadriga today start work on number 17 Friar Lane, Leicester. The Georgian house, originally built for William Bentley in the late 1700’s, has been described as “the handsomest Georgian house now left in the old town”
The ICE North West Civil Engineering Awards showcases the achievements of civil engineers across the region
Prescot is one of the most historic towns in Merseyside. The five year Townscape Heritage Initiative Scheme will see the repair, restoration and re-use of historic buildings and spaces in Prescot town centre.
The UK has a huge range of historical buildings that form an integral part of our history. Unfortunately many of the buildings are suffering through lack of maintenance and if remedial works are not carried out soon they may be lost forever.
CRAFTSMEN rubbed shoulders with royalty as part of a project to turn derelict houses into homes for ex-service personnel.
Wyre Council has been awarded a grant of £2.4m from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Big Lottery Fund (BIG) to restore Memorial Park in Fleetwood, it was announced today.
The funding will be used to carry out a comprehensive restoration of the Grade II listed park and create a five year programme of community activities to celebrate its heritage and the unique history of the town.
Oxford Street is famous as one of London’s premier shopping areas, with huge brand names such as Selfridges and John Lewis placing some of their largest branches here. Quadriga has been working hard on a small section of this road to restore 443-451 Oxford Street to its former glory, carrying out a range of repairs to help keep this popular street an attractive place to visit.
In today’s Guardian Newspaper there is a fantastic article which shows fine examples of the changing faces of a city and the ways we document our surroundings, Shystone has taken 18th and 19th-century paintings of London and superimposed them on to present-day Google Street View screenshots, making a collage of London then and now.
Ornate Plaster Repairs - The Tower Ballroom
Works completed at the former Gwalia Hotel, Llandrindod. This large Grade II building was constructed at the height of Llandrindod's popularity as a Spa town around the end of the nineteenth century. Its architectural style is a blend of Queen Anne Period and Edwardian Baroque.
Quadriga complets 3 projects as part of Prescot Townscape Initiative Scheme.
Quadriga completed work on buildings 19, 54 and 56 Eccleston St. The work will involve restoration of historic architectural features to include Victorian shopfronts.
Quadriga complete £1.35million project to restore the Grade II listed Royal Exchange in Manchester.
Quadriga Contracts Ltd restore Dale House, a Grade II listed building in the centre of Manchester.
Quadriga Contracts Ltd has recently completed restoration works to the Grade I listed Royal Liver Building at the heart of Liverpool’s World Heritage Site. The £345,000.00 project was completed within time and on budget.
Great Northern 1
Gt Northern Warehouse 1 is a very busy NCP car park in central Manchester. It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is crucial that maintenance work minimises both disruption to customer’s and loss of income.
Specialised skills provided by Quadriga proved essential to identify underlying problems in what seemed a straight forward contract.
Jimmy Choo Terracotta Restoration
Following on from the succesful completion of Zilli, New Bond Street, Quadriga were asked to complete restoration works to Jimmy Choos flagship store.
Manchester Victoria Heritage Refurbishment
In 2009 Manchester Victoria was voted the worst train station in the UK, as part of a £44 million refurbishment, Quadriga secured the 'Heritage Package'.
The Pritchard Bridge, Llandaff, Cardiff
Despite being surrounded on all sides by the bustling modern city of Cardiff, the Llandaff conservation area remains comparatively un-spoilt and surprisingly tranquil. The most famous landmark in the “city” is The Cathedral Church of SS Peter & Paul...
Walls End & Hadrian Road Metro Stations, Tyne & Wear
Nexus, who own and manage the Metro, are now close to completing the refurbishment and rebuilding of all six stations from Wallsend to North Shields as part of its £385m Metro modernisation programme.
Fair Elms, Westbourne Road, Lancaster
Situated off Westbourne Road, within walking distance to Lancaster City centre, the Fair Elms development is the most sought after retirement development in Lancaster. Quadriga Contracts carried out essential structural repair works...
King Street West, Multi Story Car Park, Manchester
The car park was to remain open for the duration of the works. In order to undertake the remedial roof deck works Quadriga needed to: • Shot blast approximately 200/m2 roof deck to prepare surface ready for new membrane application.
Why use Quadriga?
- A team of multi-skilled specialists
- Experienced historic building restorers
- Dedicated to innovation
- Understand traditional and contemporary materials and techniques
- Quadriga believe in conservation