The Greek Orthodox Church in Salford Manchester is one of those buildings that you pass everyday and dont even know its there due to it being set back from the road and shrouded by trees. If you take a closer look you will find an impressive classical building built in 1860.
The project for Lloyd and Smith was in the main to replace all the practical items such as a new roof built in stainless steel , change all the timber lintels inside for concrete, replace 5 of the rotten windows including a stained glass example. All the plaster moulds were cut back and repaired and the inside was re painted.

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Salford Manchester
Summary

New Stainless Steel roof
New Lintels Throughout
5 x New Windows
New Moulding Details to North and south
Re routing of pediment drainage
New cast guttering system

“Lloyd and Smith’s pure craftmanship restored this precious and fragile monument.  It forms a focus for remembrance services, and will do for a long time into the future.”

Jubb and Jubb – Chartered Surveyors, Historic Environment Advisors
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