Architectural Joinery for Windsor Castle Restoration
Haldane UK played a key role in the restoration of Windsor Castle following the fire in 1992 which devastated one of the official residences of Queen Elizabeth.
The project to return the castle to its former glory was estimated to cost in the region of £37 million and was carried out by some of the UK’s leading experts over a 5 year period, managed by Donald Insall Associates.
Haldane UK worked with Tim Venables of Venables Oak and Taylor Made Joinery on the prestigious areas of the Prayer Room and the Great Hall.
Haldane carried out the CNC timber machining work for the layered balustrades in the Prayer Room before supplying to Taylor Made Joinery to carry out the hand finishing work.
Haldane also worked with Tim Venables to machine almost 900 complex components which made up the lattice work on the Georgian Ceiling in the Great Hall.
All components were manufactured in European Oak.
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