The Grade II* listed Barton Arcade in Manchester was designed by Corbett, Raby and Sawyer and named after developer John Hope Barton who was a local property owner.  Behind its unassuming frontages (on Deansgate and St Anne’s Square), you will find a beautiful example of a Victorian iron and glass arcade with four stories, ornate curved balconies and abundant natural light from the large glass domes above.   It is surrounded by the Barton Buildings and was one of the first structures built on the newly widened Deansgate. Barton Arcade is now home to offices on the upper floors and various retailers and cafes on ground floor and is well worth a visit.  Despite being situated in the centre of the city, it remains somewhat of a hidden gem.  Quadriga were employed to carry out various repairs to the roof.


Works included:

  • Glazing replacement works to roof lanterns.
  • Application of liquid coatings to lanterns.
  • Lead works and flashings to lanterns.
  • Cleaning of existing roof finish.
  • Installation of liquid strip to dome glazing.



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