Kim Meredew Stone Studio Ltd

I am a stone carver & bricklayer with over 20 years in the trade. Extensive experience in new build & restoration of listed properties. Stone restoration, brickwork, gauged brickwork & tuck pointing, structural openings, steps, fire surrounds, garden walls and patios. Friendly and reliable.

Trades

  • 1.Stonemason
  • 2.Bricklayer
  • 3.Restoration & Refurb Specialist
  • 4.Chimney & Fireplace Specialist

About Kim Meredew Stone Studio Ltd

I have a City and Guilds in Brickwork and Stone Masonary. I did a three year traineeship as a stone carver with English Heritage.

Over the last 20 years I have worked on a large range of projects from reinstating Victorian bays, house renovation, stone steps and fireplaces, house building, community new builds, public buildings to restoration of churches and historic buildings (The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Sandhurst, Surrey, Dorchester Abbey, Oxfordshire).

After my training I joined a building collective in London called CBD, Collective Building and Design and worked there for 4 years working on a wide range of projects, these included, community centres such as HCT, Hackney Community Transport, which was a combination of new build and restoration work. I also worked on numerous restoration of private houses and restorations in London.

I then became self-employed and worked for large stone companies and architects including London Stone, Paye Stone, Ashby Stone Masonary, Easton Masonary. The work included Sandhurst, Cambridge University, stone facade Clapton Square, London.

Seven years ago I set up a stone studio in Suffolk where I do restoration, stone interiors- kitchens and bathrooms, stone floors and commissions including garden ornaments. I work with architects and private clients. I recently completed a range of stonework for a private house in London. This included stone kitchen work tops and surrounds, fire surrounds & bathroom marble work.

Qualifications

City and Guilds in Brickwork
City and Guilds in Stonemasonry
Three year traineeship English Heritage