About Charles Henshaw & Sons

Delivering prestigious façades throughout the UK

Our history

Learn more about the story of Charles Henshaw & Sons

1904

Charles Henshaw forms an architectural metal working company, begins trading in Edinburgh and establishes a reputation for quality workmanship.

1947

Charles Henshaw and Sons Ltd relocate to their new premises at Russell Road, where they still trade from to this day.

1978

Sir Angus Grossart and John Lambie become the company majority shareholders through the Parent Company, Major Place Industries.

1982

Henshaw launch their aluminium glazing systems division, offering curtain walling and windows to the construction industry.

1984

Henshaw specialist skills are used for the conservation of major pieces of sculpture including Greyfriars Bobby and  Picadilly’s Eros statue .

1987

Henshaw provide the stainless steel swords for the “Victory Arch” in Baghdad.

1997

Henshaw design and test their very own firescreen systems.

2003

Henshaw evolve to offer full integrated building facade solutions.

Now

Henshaw are Scotland’s leading facade specialists, offering  full design, fabrication, supply and installation.

Our team

Experienced
Knowledgeable
Dedicated

The Henshaw team’s experience is as rich as it is varied, shining through in each and every one of the projects on which we work.

We are committed to delivering quality at all stages of the process, from initial discussion through design and onto the final build. Each member of our team brings unique skills and qualities to the table to ensure that the end result is of the quality standard for which we have come to be known.

Our work

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