Who We Are!

We have finally got our new company video finished and hope you enjoy watching it! We wanted to give our clients and everyone we work for, and with, a little insight into who we actually are and what things are important to us. During the course of making this film there were a large number … Continued

Awareness of Mental Health in the Workplace

Mental health is the way in which people think, feel and overcome situations; it is part of their psychological and emotional wellbeing. For years the subject of mental health has been ignored, and it is only recently that there has been a concerted drive to remove the stigma associated with poor mental health and to … Continued

New Scotland Yard

The New Scotland Yard building just down the river Thames from Westminster has recently had its new extension and stonework completed, and has featured quite heavily in industry press. The original building was designed by architect William Curtis Green in 1935, and finished five years later. It was originally used as an extension to the … Continued

Behind the scenes at Rathbone

We are currently on site at the back of Oxford Street and heavily involved in the construction of two new passageways that will connect a new public square to Rathbone Place and to Newman Street. The in-house Szerelmey Design Team have been responsible for all of the secondary steelwork structure and design to facilitate the … Continued

The Queen Opens our Building!

This may not be the best picture in the world, but it is the Queen! Quite by chance we were able to snap Her Royal Highness as she officially opened the Nova Development in Victoria yesterday. We carried out extensive work to three of the buildings forming part of the project, buildings 5, 6 and … Continued

Szerelmey Apprentice Completes NVQ

One of Szerelmey Restoration’s young apprentices, Ross Warry, has just completed his NVQ Level 2 in Façade Preservation, completing his two year apprenticeship. Ross started out with the company in October 2014 and has worked on restoration projects such as 62 Britton Street and 1 New Oxford Street, learning numerous skills including brick, stone and … Continued