Architectural hardware innovator moves into new HQ

London Architectural Hardware has moved into headquarters in Rainham.

The company specialises in providing architectural furnishings, such as door handles, locks, toilet roll holders, and soap dispenser holders. The firm is now based in Rainham’s Thamesview Business Park, having moved from its previous headquarters in Hockley.

LAH supplied ironmongery to the restoration of St Paul’s Cathedral. Photo by Alex Tai on Unsplash’.

“Rainham was always the natural choice; it has a rich manufacturing history, has fantastic facilities for what I need to do, and provides great access to the London and wider south east markets,” said commercial director, Daniel Blackwell. 

Blackwell is also looking to recruit a new member of staff into his team as he expands the company’s operation. He is looking for an enthusiastic and driven person to join – someone who is passionate about property interiors and providing world-class service. 

Ironmongery for St Paul’s Cathedral

London Architectural Hardware played a pivotal role in providing new ironmongery components during the restoration of the original doors and frames for St Paul’s Cathedral.

Blackwell commented: “Our objective was to seamlessly blend the Cathedral’s iconic design essence with contemporary British quality standards. This ensured that the structure complied with fire regulations and could endure the substantial influx of tourists visiting from around the world each year.”

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