The Peel Building is a Grade II listed terracotta structure which forms part of the University of Salford.  Designed by architect Henry Lord and built in 1896, it was originally the Salford Royal Technical Institute but today houses the School of Environment and Life Sciences. The façade is a stunning combination of terracotta and red Accrington bricks, with intricate sculptures adorning the building.  The restoration works are being carried out in two phases with phase 1 now complete and phase 2 underway.


Works include:

  • Raking out and repointing masonry.
  • Masonry repairs.
  • Roofing and leadwork restoration.
  • Terracotta repair and replacement where required.
  • Repointing of terracotta.
  • Timber window repairs.
  • Redecoration of windows and rainwater goods.
  • Groundwork excavations.


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