Thank you for taking the time to visit our website.

I invite you to explore further and find out more about Chichester Stoneworks, the work we specialise in and become more familiar with my expert team, who for many years have provided successful conservation, restoration and new-build projects in the role of both Principal Contractor and Specialist Stone Contractor for a wide range of clients.

At the core of Chichester Stoneworks are heritage craft skills acquired over many years. I myself, began my career as an apprentice stonemason with English Heritage in 1979, going on to work in Yorkshire as a mason and heritage building specialist for the next 20 years and running my own successful masonry business there.

I moved to Chichester in 2002 where I oversaw many prestigious and heritage projects such as the relocation of Temple Bar, the refurbishment of The Monument and the inner quadrangle at Buckingham Palace.

My team share a common love for the work we undertake, but also essentially have a practical and technical knowledge gained in the specialist trade skills we employ in prolonging the life of our precious, historic buildings.

Adam Stone
Managing Director

Adam-Stone

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website.

I invite you to explore further and find out more about Chichester Stoneworks, the work we specialise in and become more familiar with my expert team, who for many years have provided successful conservation, restoration and new-build projects in the role of both Principal Contractor and Specialist Stone Contractor for a wide range of clients.

At the core of Chichester Stoneworks are heritage craft skills acquired over many years. I myself began my career as an apprentice stonemason with English Heritage in 1979, going on to work in Yorkshire as a mason and heritage building specialist for the next 20 years and running my own successful masonry business there.

I moved to Chichester in 2002 where I oversaw many prestigious and heritage projects such as the relocation of Temple Bar, the refurbishment of The Monument and of the inner quadrangle at Buckingham Palace.

My team share a common love for the work we undertake, but also essentially have practical and technical knowledge gained in the specialist trade-skills we employ in prolonging the life of our precious historic buildings.

Adam Stone
Managing Director

our company

As specialist stonemasonry contractors, we have been entrusted to manage, repair and conserve some of our Country’s most notable listed and heritage buildings. In addition to our restoration and conservation work we are also new-build stone specialists creating beautiful houses and buildings with internal and external features in finely crafted natural stone.

To us, each project is unique and has its own style and personality, and it therefore stands to reason that our approach is bespoke, professional and universally sympathetic. Our combination of flexibility, collaboration and consultation ensures all our projects are delivered safely, efficiently and to the highest standard.

our company

As specialist stonemasonry contractors, we have been entrusted to manage, repair and conserve some of our Country’s most notable listed and heritage buildings. In addition to our restoration and conservation work we are also new-build stone specialists creating beautiful houses and buildings with internal and external features in finely crafted natural stone.

To us, each project is unique and has its own style and personality, and it therefore stands to reason that our approach is bespoke, professional and universally sympathetic. Our combination of flexibility, collaboration and consultation ensures all our projects are delivered safely, efficiently and to the highest standard.

custodians of
traditional craftsmanship

Our team is our greatest asset. Consisting of qualified professionals and some of the industry’s leading masonry and conservation craftspeople they are all empowered by a genuine passion and dedication for what they do.

Our craftspeople have many years of award-winning experience, with careers in creating, repairing and conserving some of the Country’s most precious and prestigious buildings.
Their commitment is reflected in the outstanding quality of their work. It is these principles that have helped forge longstanding relationships with our many clients.

custodians of
traditional craftsmanship

Our team is our greatest asset. Consisting of qualified professionals and some of the industry’s leading masonry and conservation craftspeople they are all empowered by a genuine passion and dedication for what they do.

Our craftspeople have many years of award-winning experience, with careers in creating, repairing and conserving some of the Country’s most precious and prestigious buildings.
Their commitment is reflected in the outstanding quality of their work. It is these principles that have helped forge longstanding relationships with our many clients.

SUPPORTING THE NEXT
GENERATION OF CRAFTSPEOPLE

As proud custodians of heritage craft skills, we are acutely aware that these skills are in short supply across construction. We take our responsibility for training extremely seriously and do all we can to support the next generation; encouraging apprenticeships for people learning a trade and supporting others discovering a new career.

We currently employ craft apprentices and employees who are training for degree and professional qualifications and we champion continual development of our team by way of external training with links to learning institutions and schools.

Adam Stone, our MD is Deputy Chair of the Craft and Training Committee for The Worshipful Company of Masons, continuously striving to increase and improve the industry’s training provisions.

Keeping these skills alive – Keeps our heritage alive

SUPPORTING THE NEXT
GENERATION OF CRAFTSPEOPLE

As proud custodians of heritage craft skills, we are acutely aware that these skills are in short supply across construction. We take our responsibility for training extremely seriously and do all we can to support the next generation; encouraging apprenticeships for people learning a trade and supporting others discovering a new career.

We currently employ craft apprentices and employees who are training for degree and professional qualifications and we champion continual development of our team by way of external training with links to learning institutions and schools.

Keeping these skills alive – Keeps our heritage alive

Our commitment to the Environment

Ensuring we maintain a low environmental impact and the efficient operation of all our stone cutting plant.

We harvest rainwater.

We have invested in a new water treatment plant, re-cycling rainwater

We crush and re-cycle waste stone into construction aggregate

Stone off-cuts are utilised by creating ‘stone accessories’ such as bird baths, sun dials, finals etc.,

We are investing in low energy/energy efficient machinery.

Our commitment to the Environment

Ensuring we maintain a low environmental impact and the efficient operation of all our stone cutting plant.

We harvest rainwater.

We have invested in a new water treatment plant, re-cycling rainwater

We crush and re-cycle waste stone into construction aggregate

Stone off-cuts are utilised by creating ‘stone accessories’ such as bird baths, sun dials, finals etc.,

We are investing in low energy/energy efficient machinery.

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