Reproduced cast iron window frames for the Eveleigh Locomotive Workshop site.
City of Sydney Council
Involved in the revitalization of Paddington Reservoir. Undertook restorative work on 66 column bases and capitals, and the iron beams supporting the reservoir roof.
Cast a 'Valve chamber lid” a 2.5 ton of octagonal decorative covering with raised text and graphics. They also made garden edging banding, and grates for around the column bases.
Maritime Services Board
Restoration of balustrade at Circular Quay.
Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority
Comprising of 128 panels, each individual component was number tagged to be returned to its original position. As much of the original material was retained as possible. Restoration of fence pickets. This job returned the work to the same (or better) standard of it's time, by investigation and deployment of the same manufacturing methods and materials as originally used.
University of Sydney
Repaired the original gates. Broken elements were remade and fixed to the gates in the original manner with rivets and screws. The gates were sandblasted, primed with epoxy zinc, then painted with a micasious iron oxide epoxy. The gates were kept in style to the architecture of the university.
As of 23 March 2013, Wrought Artworks are no longer conducting architectural metalwork projects and have shifted focus to the manufacture of architectural steel windows and doors. WroughtArtworks.com will continue to exist as a portfolio of our work from over 25 years in business - showing our expertise and commitment to design and traditional craftsmanship. For more information about Steel Windows and Doors visit our website.
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