LANDSCAPES AND HARDSCAPES

The full range of services Aquacut offers the landscape and building industries makes the company unique in the UK.

The comissions we've had to create large public works usually combines a number of our services such as waterjet cutting, bullnosing, etching, painting and epoxy bonding."

Peterloo Memorial,
Manchester

Remembering those killed at Peterloo in Manchester 200 years ago, Aquacut produced numerous inserts such as the hands, hearts, bobbins and reels from a variety of materials.

Peterloo Memorial
Peterloo Memorial
Peterloo Memorial
Peterloo Memorial
Peterloo Memorial
Peterloo Memorial
Aquacut has experienced designers who are able to create CAD files from drawings
One piece of the St paul's Cathedral work created by Aquacut
Aquacut cuts the various pieces then lays out to check design
St Paul's Cathedral work by Aquacut installed

St Paul's Cathedral,
London

Aquacut’s designs can be found all over the world, but we are proud to have our work on display here.

Stoke Quay,
Ipswich

Regeneration scheme, fabricated by Aquacut.  It covered a large area and comprised many different parts.

Stoke Quay Ipswich 1400mm granite centre of large design. Etched and painted by Aquacut
Ipswich Stoke Quay 'spokes' created by Aquacut by bonding stainless steel letters and numbers into pavers - stunning

Aquacut has many years processing stone and concrete materials for landscape professionals but the increasing demand to use 20mm thick porcelain in landscape environments has seen us working closely with our clients to create stunning and functional building finishes.  Truly limited by your imagination.

Steps, copings and pool nosings created by Aquacut

HOUSE SIGNS

Sandstone boulder etched and painted by Aquacut
Far Hills sandstone etched and painted by Aquacut
Stainless steel bonded into sandstone by Aquacut
Stainless steel bonded into sandstone by Aquacut
Stainless steel bonded into slate - impressive entrance gate post by Aquacut
Stainless steel bonded into slate - impressive entrance gate post by Aquacut