Beamer Rock Lighthouse

McIntyre Masonry had been awarded the contract for the safe removal of the Beamer Rock Lighthouse that seats near Port Edgar. The Beamer Rock Lighthouse, which was built in 1826, has been protecting mariners for almost 186 years. It silently guards the entrance to the Rosyth dockyard and inner Forth...

Milton Lockhart House

In 1987, the former Milton Lockhart House’s remains were transported and re-erected at Takayama-Murain in the Unma-Ken region of Japan. Years after, the estate where the original Milton Lockhart stood was purchased and a restoration plan was put in motion. The new owners of the estate decided to build a...

Dryden Tower

Dryden tower is situated in Roslin overlooking Bilston, Midlothian. The tower was built mid 19th century by Dryden estates as a hilltop eye catcher although some locals informed our stonemasons that a shipping contractor also used the tower to check the progress of his cargo ships as they entered the...

Strathaven New Build

McIntyre Masonry has been active in tackling new build residential projects over the years. One of our recently completed new build project is a property at Strathaven. We were responsible for the structure’s stone and pointing work. Click on the images below to get a better view of the work...

Queensferry Parish Church

Queensferry Parish Church has been around for more than three centuries and though it is in good shape for its age, certain repairs have to be done as there were apparent wears to the structure. McIntyre Masonry was commissioned to tackle the stone repairs and lime mortar pointing for Queensferry...

Lanark Memorial Hall

Lanark Memorial Hall was erected in 1926 as a tribute to 232 men of Lanark and District who lost their lives during World War One. As a Grade B listed building that is steeped in history and tradition, Lanark Memorial Hall is an important landmark for the people of South...

Kings Theatre Edinburgh

King’s Theatre in Leven Street first opened its doors to the public in 1906 and was built to rival the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Since its opening, it has become one of Scotland’s historic and most important theatres, serving as a receiving house for touring musicals, local amateur productions, pantomime and...