Monthly Archives: April 2016

Millionaires’ Mansions Feature

Rather excitingly our fibrous plastering restoration work featured within Channel 4’s Millionaires’ Mansions coverage on 21 Apr . Our section starts at 8.30mins in.  Do take a look at the decorative wall and ceiling elements. This series is an intriguing insight into the luxurious and demanding lifestyles of the millionaire property market. #millionairesmansions http://bit.ly/1UlvJZK
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Artisan Plastercraft Spring Newsletter

Please take a look at what we are up to with new clients and projects in our Spring Newsletter and additions to our expanding plaster restoration team. We’ve also featured in some exciting leading build/architect magazines. Don’t forget we are recruiting further at present for a #traineeplasterer and #projectsco-ordinator role too! If you
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Artisan Plastercraft Projects Coordinator Vacancy

We are recruiting an experienced Projects Coordinator reporting to the Managing Director. This is an excellent opportunity to join a great management team with ambitious plans for growth. Reporting to the Managing Director, you will be a confident and driven Projects Coordinator responsible for the planning, monitoring and successful completion of projects
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Artisan Plastercraft Lime Plastering Trainee

Lime Plastering Trainee We are recruiting for a Lime Plastering Trainee to work alongside skilled Lime Plasterers on-site.  Full training will be provided with an opportunity to work towards an industry qualification. Travel will be required (therefore use of a car would be helpful, but not compulsory).  If you are hard-working, enthusiastic
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Fibrous Plaster Repairs at the Royal Observatory

Fibrous plaster repair project completed at the Royal Observatory. We’ve just finished undertaking fibrous plaster repair work at the iconic Royal Observatory.  We were chosen to undertake this, whilst working on the nearby Royal Museums Greenwich estate of Queen’s House. The Royal Observatory is London’s only planetarium. It played a major role in the
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