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Patio Installations in Stone Street

Stone Street is a hasty street in the Financial District of Manhattan, New York City. It originally ran from Broad Street to Hanover Square but was divided into two sections by the construction of the Goldman Sachs building at 85 Broad Street in the 1980s. Today the cluster of historic buildings along Stone, South William, Pearl Streets and Coenties Alley form the Stone Street Historic District.

Stone Street is one of New York’s oldest streets. It was originally known by its Dutch name, Hoogh Straet (High Street). In 1632, the Dutch West India Company built the first poster brewery in North America there. Around 1656, Hoogh Straet was shifted approximately 20 to 25 feet (6.1 to 7.6 m) to align it similar to Brouwer Street, the strengthening of Hoogh Straet west of the Gracht (later, Broad Street), and which in 1658 became the first paved street in Nieuw Amsterdam. Following the British conquest of the colony, the name Hoogh Straet was translated to High Street, and next called Duke Street, for the Duke of York during most of the 18th century. Leveled in 1771 and surveyed in 1790, it was renamed Stone Street in 1794 because of its cobblestone paving, as New Yorkers lonesome reminders of British rule. The street’s stores and lofts were built for dry-goods merchants and importers, shortly after the Great Fire of 1835, which destroyed many remnants of New Amsterdam.

Most buildings were used as storage. The building at 57 Stone Street was rebuilt in 1903 by C. P. H. Gilbert in Dutch Colonial Revival architecture at the behest of the owner, Amos F. Eno, a son of Amos R. Eno. The buildings to the back upon South William Street 13-23 moreover were reconstructed in the Dutch revival style, evoking New Amsterdam.

Patio Installations in Stone Street | Award Winners | KMS Contractors

Patio Installations in Stone Street KMS Contractors Ltd, are able to provide a wide range of options when it comes to high quality at an affordable price.

If you’re looking for quality patio installation in Stone Street then you came to the right place. We touched on it before but it is true that anyone with groundwork skills can lay some flags. But to create beautiful garden patio’s in Stone Street that not only have the wow factor but represent your personality takes more than basic skills. Whether it be a modern contemporary patio in Stone Street, or an old fashioned timeless setting, or just a low maintenance perfect area for the whole family the key is listening.

By gathering all your ideas, needs and wishes for you garden we can quickly go to work on a provisional garden design, and incorporate different landscaping ideas with superb and reasonable paving stones and slabs that don’t cost the earth.

We can supply you with lots of great ideas that have proved successful in the past that are capable of being tweaked enabling your garden patio design to be completely unique.

Our job is to get you the most from your budget then apply our trade to make it all come together. We have been involved in everything from small garden design to huge outdoor living area’s and find these are arguably the most enjoyable projects to take due to the dramatic differences created and the hugely positive responses from our customers.

Marshall Awards

Marshalls hold an annual competition where Registered Members are invited to submit examples of their work in a number of categories which are then judged for regional and national awards. Members are also able to list winning projects from other recognised competitions.

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2019/20 Marshalls Regional Award Winner
Best Patio Transformation under 40m

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2018/19 Marshalls Register National Award Winner – Highly Commended
Best use of Always Green

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2018/19 Marshalls Register Regional Award Winner
Best use of Always Green

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2018/19 Marshalls Register Regional Award Winner
Most Creative use of Marshalls Products

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2018/19 Marshalls Register Regional Award Winner
Best Driveway Transformation over 70m

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2017/18 Marshalls Register National Award Winner
Best Permeable Driveway

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2017/18 Marshalls Register Regional Award Winner
Best Permeable Driveway