Cathodic protection at Euston House

Cathodic protection at Euston House

After an initial fabric cleaning and external restoration of The Iconic Euston Art Deco  landmark building, the decision has been made to install a Cathodic protection system into the building fabric to enable close monitoring of the steel frame of the building and prevent further corrosion  in future years.

Stone Edges operatives are currently opening up the Art deco limestone and brickwork  facades to treat the steel frame and install the sacrificial anodes required to operate the CP system.

It was built between 1933 and 1934 as the headquarters of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, to designs by the architect Albert Victor Heal.

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Posted by mickdpi on 22nd Mar, 2016