An external building restoration company’s latest claim of £68,000 through randd brings their total up to £205,000 in R&D tax credits over the past three years.
A dedicated team offer a full design and consultation service for architects, surveyors and project managers. The company have their own research and development facility which includes a state-of-the-art in-house furnace. This is a calc controlled atmosphere brazing furnace used to braze aluminium.
Research and development is vital for conserving traditional aesthetics whilst complying with the latest building standards and regulations. The company’s proactive R&D programme integrates new materials and manufacturing technologies whilst maintaining traditional and aesthetically pleasing architectural features. Bespoke solutions through intense testing and problem solving require carrying out eligible activities for R&D tax credits.