Portland stone project Finsbury Circus House has been short-listed for a New London Architecture Award in the highly competitive 'Office Buildings' category.
A Portland stone memorial, supplied by Albion Stone, will commemorate the 55,573 crew members of the RAF's Bomber Command who were killed between 1939 and 1945. The average age of those who lost their lives was just 22.
A new Portland stone development, the 'Sammy Ofer Wing', at the National Maritime Museum has opened today. It is the largest development in the museum's history.
Albion Stone have worked with the HMS Illustrious Association to create a memorial stone that marked the 62nd anniversary of the tragedy which occurred on Sunday 17th October 1948.
Albion Stone is co-sponsoring a competition to design a seating form in the City of London. The competition is designed to promote and encourage young innovative architectural design and stone masonry skills.
Albion Stone have supplied over 3m³ of Jordans Basebed and Jordans Whitbed in the form of treads risers, paving and memorial stones. Gurkhas have been part of the British Army for almost 200 years and are hand-picked from a fiercely-contested recruitment contest in Nepal to win the right to join. They have seen combat all over the world, with 200,000 fighting in the two world wars.
The Monument, one of the City of London's most outstanding landmarks and visitor attractions, has recently undergone a programme of improvements and repairs which involved the cleaning and repair of the Portland stonework and the re-gilding of its famous golden orb.