Joinery

Based in a fully equipped workshop, our joiners create exquisite work for the University estate, departments and colleges.

We also work closely with the Capital Projects and Conservation teams in the restoration of some of Oxford’s most historic buildings.

For examples of our work please view our picture gallery below.

 

What we do

Door at St Mary's Church

Door at St Mary's Church

We take pride in providing a top-quality and professional service.

We bring the highest possible level of craftmanship and attention to detail to our work, whatever the requirement or project size.

Our joinery services include: 

  • display cabinets
  • reception desks
  • book shelves
  • doors and windows
  • furniture restoration
  • french polishing

 

Projects

Our projects include:

  • St Luke's Chapel - creation and installation of oak screen and complete restoration of bell yoke and wheel
  • New Bodleian – repairing 128 Gilbert Scott tables and chairs
  • The University Church of St Mary the Virgin – making and installing decorative screens and panels
  • Divinity School – repair and restoration of 500-year old benches
  • New Bodleian – repairing 128 Gilbert Scott tables and chairs
  • Old Indian Institute – renovation of wood features
  • Museum of Natural History – construction of 5m2 tree planters and 40 swift nesting boxes
  • Chemistry Research Laboratory – new reception desk

Need help?

We are here to help with any queries you may have regarding joinery and cabinet making work.

For advice and further information, including a quote, please contact Graham Hooper, Joinery Workshop Manager by emailing graham.hooper@admin.ox.ac.uk or phone +44 (0) 1865 2 78797.

 

Get in touch


For advice and guidance please contact:

Graham Hooper
Joinery Workshop Manager

+ 44 (0) 1865 2 78797

graham.hooper@admin.ox.ac.uk

 
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