Gateley Smithers Purslow



Still going strong

Gateley Smithers Purslow is still going strong despite continued Covid-19 Lockdown

Gateley Smithers Purslow is pleased to report that the teams are coping admirably with Lockdown, new projects continue to come in and we are helping our clients where safe to do so.

The Architecture team have been busy producing drawings of St. Chad’s Cathedral and associated offices and dwellings. Laser scanning technology was used to capture 3D data of this detailed set of buildings quickly, precisely and in a non-contact way to produce a point cloud from which AutoCAD drawings have been drafted.

The point cloud provides an ongoing valuable resource that can be viewed, and the accurate data extracted, at any time to assist with future projects.

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Gateley Smithers Purslow completes £1.3m rebuild for the Tap and Run pub and restaurant

Gateley Smithers Purslow (GSP) has delivered a £1.3 million rebuild project for the Tap and Run in Upper Broughton, near Melton Mowbray, following a devastating fire. The country pub and restaurant, situated in the picturesque Vale of Belvoir, is owned by former England and Nottinghamshire cricketers Harry Gurney and Stuart Broad. The Tap and Run…