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May 11, 2022 Comments Off

Summary: Refurbishment and alterations to Westminster Abbey InfirmaryLocation: Westminster, LondonChallenge: Access to this part of Westminster Abbey is restrictedSolution: Bakers of Danbury carried out refurbishment and alterations to Westminster Abbey Infirmary providing a

May 6, 2022 Comments Off

Bakers carried out a re-order of the church which included a new mezzanine floor with a glass screen entrance within the tower to allow the tower to become a usable space. Externally, stone

January 23, 2020 Comments Off

One of the largest parish churches in Essex, the building dates mainly from the fifteenth century. The west main entrance was re-ordered to incorporate new storage units in bespoke manufactured in English Oak

November 23, 2018 Comments Off

Bakers of Danbury have hand carved and restored village signs going back many years now. The earliest village sign on our records dates back to 1960, for the village of Pebmarsh in Essex.Bakers

November 23, 2018 Comments Off

Project Summary: Shop display units handcrafted from MDF and Oak with a sprayed paint finish and stained oak edgeLocation: Chelsea Harbour Design Centre, LondonArchitect: Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler Interior Design, Decoration and

November 22, 2018 Comments Off

Project Summary: English Oak bespoke DDA and dementia friendly wc, storage cupboards, children's library and pew storage areaLocation: St Mary’s Church, Saffron WaldenArchitect: Kay Pilsbury Thomas ArchitectsChallenge: Attention to detail was important in

November 22, 2018 Comments Off

Project Summary: American Oak panelling measuring 220 m2 for a School of Science on Euston Road, LondonLocation: Grafton House, Euston Road, LondonClient: Forrest Gate ConstructionChallenge: The oak panelling was across four floors. Each

November 21, 2018 Comments Off

Project Summary: Conservation and restoration of National Trust Rainham Hall. Conservation and restoration works were carried out to three floors of Rainham Hall and its Coach House. Works included the redevelopment of the