Stone Technical Services Limited are building and structure experts who offer an array of services to clients nationwide.
The firm is based in the North East of England, in Darlington and since their inception have continued to grow; they now have offices in Cheshire, Middlesex, London and Edinburgh.
Stone pride themselves on their dedication to quality and deliver this across their five divisions which include Facilities Management and Special Projects, Building Restoration and Conservation, Steeplejack Services, High Level Safety Systems and Fixed Solutions and Lightning Protection.
The firm employs a highly-skilled team of experts in their Facilities Management division who are able to manage, co-ordinate and complete a range of repair and maintenance projects. The team has worked on some of the UK’s most important landmarks and historic tourist attractions.
The division is able to cater specifically for client’s requirements and routinely offers specialist cleaning services, concrete repairs, emergency make-safe repairs, roofing maintenance, general decorating services, high level window cleaning and bespoke maintenance projects.
Stone are specialists in building restoration and conservation and have restored many prestigious UK landmarks such as St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Lindesfarne and Sutton Bridge. Stone Technical Services are nationwide leaders in all aspects of high level maintenance and are particularly skilled in restoration and conservation works on spires and historic buildings, including all aspects of masonry repairs.
Another of Stone’s services is a refined Steeplejack Service which is available across the UK. Inspection and refurbishment experts provide a plethora of clients with steeplejack renovation and high rise building maintenance. Stone’s highly-qualified teams of Steeplejacks are skilled operatives trained to CITB and CSCS trade qualified standards.
They carry out inspection works and refurbishment repairs to all types of chimney stacks, church spires, high-rise buildings, bridges and other high structures. Inspections by Stone Steeplejacks and engineers are carried out to ATLAS inspection criteria along with GS53 steel chimney HSE standards.
Stone Technical Group offers various high level safety solutions around London and the UK. Stone Technical Services is an approved installer of a variety of safety systems including QBM Soter Safety Line System, Sala Systems and Bacou Dalloz Soll safety systems, also now known as Sperian. The firm pride themselves on being the market leaders in the manufacture and supply of fall arrest equipment, offering unrivalled levels of high level safety protection to people working at height.
The firm also offer a Lightning Protection service nationwide which involves designing and installing lightning protection on some of London’s and the UK’s most prestigious buildings.
Being struck by lightning is enough to seriously disrupt a business especially due to the rapid increase of, and dependency on technology in business today. A lightning strike can cause companies to lose all of the data and information stored on their computer systems. Lightning can also cause significant damage to systems within a building if lightning protection measures are not adequate.
Stone Technical Services has recently restructured and are streamlining the business in a bid to make it easier for clients to access the services they need. Stone Technical Services Group now incorporates four divisions; STS Restoration Ltd, STS General Maintenance and FM Ltd, STS Lightning Protection Ltd and STS Conservation Ltd.
The firm’s Managing Director, Dave Stone, said:
“Our company has grown a lot more quickly than we planned as we have attracted major contract wins in a diverse range of our products and services. This, allied with our constant efforts to recruit the highest skilled people across the portfolio means we now have a number of different divisions. By re-branding under the Stone Technical Services Group name, we are simplifying our offering for customers and streamlining the business as a whole.”