Restorative Techniques is not an ’over the counter’ supplier, we provide a professional and technical support service for surface restoration and conservation projects. We are establishing a strong and ever growing reputation of providing detailed technical support, training, CPD and consultancy to practitioners, architects and specifiers involved with the demands of conservation / restoration contracts.
Being experts in the use of safe and effective cleaning and coating removal techniques, we can be engaged to evaluate and produce site trials, reports and aid decision making in proposed methodology, specification and implementation. Those using, or specifying the Restorative Techniques range of equipment and products, are supported with full technical expertise, that can be provided through on-site and/or remote technical support, including evaluation trials and reports, training and documentation. Our aim is always to assist and to act in a supporting role, to aid a successful project outcome, using considerable experience in underlying substrate condition and properties, materials and techniques, our recommendations are always based on skill and results and are not governed by revenue.
Purchasers of machinery are provided with advice and support, including periodical free update training to help ensure operators are kept informed of changes in regulation and best practice. We frequently get asked for details of recommended / approved operators of JOS swirling vortex, or superheated water systems, by architects and main contractors, which we then pass on as referrals, by supplying contact details of contractors, that we regard as best suited to a particular project enquiry.
Jamie Fairchild provides our technical support service, having considerable expertise in materials and substrates, his advice is detailed, measured and designed to give confidence. Jamie, who worked as a Materials Engineer during his career at Wimpey Minerals (1983-94) involved in the testing, production, design and quality control of quarry products and from 1994-2009 as full time Technical Director of Stonehealth Ltd, is involved with a number of colleges and teaching organisations. He is also a tutor at West Dean College, namely for the ‘Masonry Cleaning’ and ‘Concrete Conservation’ Master Classes and has contributed the cleaning and coatings section of the forthcoming English Heritage Practical Conservation Handbook, ‘Concrete’. Restorative Techniques is frequently being called upon, to undertake cleaning, or paint / coating removal trials and technical reports for a growing number of architectural practices, national organisations and companies across the UK.
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|E-mail:||info AT restorativetechniques.co.uk|
|Job Value:||£250 - £50,000|
|Proficiency:||Pre 1919, Grade II, Grade II*, Grade I, Churches, Scheduled Monuments|