Public Buildings


Hayles and Howe have great respect for all buildings that we are lucky enough to work in, particularly when working with tight schedules if the buildings are in constant use by the public.

We have been fortunate enough to work on projects in some prestigious and world renowned public buildings including Buckingham Palace, SS Great Britain, Blackpool Winter Gardens and the Dominion Theatre.

When working in public spaces Health and Safety is paramount to every member of our team. Our accreditation’s and certifications include CHAS, ISO9001:2015 QMS, Investors in People, ABTT, SPAB, The Theatres Trust and FIS. All of these show our commitment to staff and customer welfare as well as the preservation of our end product.

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Tusmore House – Case Study


“Helping us achieve the Humber Silver Salver award, our work on Tusmore House in Oxfordshire is an exemplary showcase of scagliola columns and pilasters installed in this 17th Century country estate.

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Greenway House – Case Study


“A delightful and virtually undetectable example of rendering restoration.” said the judges of the FPDC Awards. Our work on this National Trust property was a year-long project involving the highest level of quality workmanship.

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Why Hayles & Howe?

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Craftsmanship

The high standard of craftsmanship the company achieves has been recognised by many awards including the Queens’s Award, the Plaisterers’ Trophy and Humber Silver Salver to name a few.

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History

We are an International company which was established in Bristol, England in 1978 by David Hayles to specialise in the manufacture of ornamental plaster and scagliola.

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Experience

We have a talented team of designers and modellers with more than thirty years of experience, they are dedicated to fulfilling any design brief the company receives.