News

New handrail profile

This mild steel handrail profile has been rolled in our rolling mill and shows what can be achieved when an idea comes to life. The finished handrail was hand formed in our workshop and installed in Durham Cathedral.

January 2016

Top Safety Accreditation awarded to Topp & Co.

Topp & Co. has been awarded accreditation from Safecontractor for its commitment to achieving excellence in health and safety. Safecontractor is a leading third party accreditation scheme which recognises very high standards in health and safety …

January 2016

Chris to talk in the USA on wrought iron

Chris Topp as been invited to speak at the 2016 Architectural Iron & Steel Conference in the USA. In April 2016, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology department of architecture's building technology program, and the Boston Society of Architects' …

November 2015

St Leonards Church Survey

We have conducted a small survey for a local church near us here in North Yorkshire. Some pre-nineteenth century wrought iron railings around a tomb have fallen into a bad state of repair. The present …

November 2015

New Work at Durham Cathedral

We have just finished making and installing 15m of bespoke handrail and balusters for the day stairs in the cathedral and 14 metre of handrail for Covey Passage. We have been working for a good …

November 2015

Boulders – unknown origin

Boulders believed to be wrought iron, but the origin is unknown. They were discovered on a building site and despite enquiries we are still none the wiser of their use. They may have been the waste …

November 2015

Bespoke brass racks

Restaurant and bar the Rattle Owl in York asked for some bespoke brass racks for the storage of their glasses.

November 2015