Glazed basalt. Not a new material but one that is relatively new to building cladding, having developed primarily for use as kitchen counter tops. Szerelmey have recently completed the refurbishment of One New Oxford Street, which has se...

A team of our sharp shooters (and not so) from Szerelmey, with Alex Cable, Multiplex enjoyed a day at the Royal Berkshire Shooting Club in Pangbourne recently, to raise money for Willow. Willow is a fantastic charity that works with seri...

Finally after months of hard work, the copies of our brand new magazine have arrived hot off the printing press. This year we have increased the scope and scale of the magazine to include a few independent editorials alongside our regula...

To show a sneaky preview shot of our latest faience project off Rathbone Street! The scaffold is not quite down, so we have not been able to take our professional finished photographs yet, but here are a couple of snaps taken on a phone....

Our Estimating team took a trip to Blackburn recently to visit the Darwen Terracotta factory, where they were given an informative tour and talk by Jon Wilson, Director. As one of just a few companies that specialises in the design, supp...

Breakfast!

30th June 2017Main News, News

Every month Szerelmey holds a breakfast meeting for clients at the Wolseley, Piccadilly. Not only does it provide a slap up breakfast, but it is a great networking opportunity. We have found that more often than not guests will know each...

Mark Walden our Head of Design has recently been sworn in to the livery of the Worshipful Company of Masons, making him an official Liveryman and granting his Freedom of the City. The Worshipful Company of Masons is one of the ancient Li...

A team of our brave and sturdy will be taking part in the Dragon Boat Challenge in June to raise money for the charity CRASH, which is the construction industry charity. Please sponsor us: http://www.virginmoneygiving.com/team/szerelmey ...

Szerelmey GB undertakes our projects outside the M25, and are responsible for a large number of our award-winning buildings – not least the Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge, winner of the Stirling Prize. They are back in Cambridge at the ...

A team of eleven of our toughest took part in a half tough mudder event at the weekend at Culden Faw, Henley. The event is designed to be “challenging” (I am sure all the brave participants would agree!) and for team building. The gr...

Congratulations to Mark Walden!! Mark Walden, our Head of Design, has been granted his Freedom of the City of London this week, which is part of the process of him being admitted as a Liveryman in the Worshipful Company of Masons. This i...

We have recently completed the three phase of our works at Westminster Palace Gardens, where we have been cleaning and restoring the Grade II listed Victorian red brick and faience facades. The building was designed by architect Charles ...

Not content with being specialists in stonework, faience and restoration, Szerelmey now also has its very own quiz show specialist! John Howland, one of our Senior Contracts Managers, graced our TVs last week when he appeared for three n...

The Frank Pick Memorial was officially opened today in the ticket hall of Piccadilly Underground Station, and occupies the old telephone booth area of the station. Szerelmey installed all of the travertine stone tiles, having first remov...