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In the limelight


A sandstone coloured pumpable cement-free lime mortar was chosen for extensive restoration works on the five span 18th century Skerton Bridge in Lancaster after consultation between the client Lancashire County Council, Lancaster City Council conservation officers and English Heritage. Easipoint Historic Mortar is said to offer traditional lime mortar advantages, such as flexibility and low resistance to migration of water. Main contractor for the project was Lancashire County Engineering Services, with specialist RAM Services responsible for repointing.

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