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When out exploring…… I love finding the un-expected, which in this case was a brick gateway. We were visiting St Giles Church in Chesterton, Warwickshire on a beautiful sunny day last summer 2013 and as I wandered around to the other side of the church I came across this gateway. 99 more words
Lignacite’s Roman Bricks are available in our full range of colours and textures.
A variety of different effects can therefore be created. Polished and planished finishes allow crisp, clean lines, while splitting or shot blasting the product creates a softer more weathered appearance. 138 more words
Having climbed up onto the scaffolding today and being close to the ascending brickwork on our Landscape Gallery, I’ve decided that in my next life, (should I choose to be part of the construction industry) – I’d be a ‘brickie’ – especially if I was able to work on such delightful designs as those conceived by our architects, MUMA. 245 more words
Author(s): John Carruthers
Contents: 1 Contributing to the provision of a healthy and safe working environment 2 Setting out a small building 3 Brick walling details 4 Walling details 5 Access equipment 6 Site drainage 7 Decorative bonding 8 Basic calculations… 14 more words