We started business in 2003, working together in the kitchen of our Director’s home. 

Today, we have 25 members of the St Astier family comprising a highly skilled management team and a dedicated in-house labour force. We might have long since left those modest settings behind but we’ve retained everything that makes us a warm, friendly family business.

About St Astier

St Astier is a structural repair specialist covering the North of England. You can find us in Co. Durham. However, our services are sought out from across the UK and luckily, our people love the open road, so we work outside of the region too.

We’re a small business, which means there’s always a key player in our company involved with your project. It also means that we’re flexible enough to adapt what we do to meet your needs. Despite our relatively small headcount we’re very well organised, and with the help of our multi-disciplined management team we’ve developed a robust infrastructure capable of effectively managing specialist projects up to £2 million.

You’ll Enjoy Doing Business With Us

We have a simple strategy. We place clients at the centre of our business and then exceed their expectations. We wow you with our service and our professionalism – you tell your friends and colleagues just how good we are: we get more business as a result.

The company focuses on quality and value for money. We aren’t always the cheapest option because we don’t deal in cut-price solutions or bargain basement information. You can be sure that we share your commitment to quality, safety and the environment.

“Fabulous service, from inspection, to provision of costing, and completion of works on site. I would not hesitate to use St. Astier again.”

Adrian Marston, Smith Marston

Working For St Astier

We’re always on the lookout for enthusiastic, talented people to contribute to our ongoing success. If you’d like to join our team then please get in touch.

Getting On Our Approved List

If you’re interested in joining our approved subcontractor list then please complete our Subcontractor Evaluation Form. Download the form.

Featured Projects

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The Empire Strikes Back!

The famous Sunderland Empire Terpsichore, the Greek Muse which depicts the delights ...

Drummond Place, Blackridge

A 2M high brick retaining wall in Blackridge was in need of stabilising following a ...

Screw Piling on The Lonsdale

The 12M high gable, left exposed to the elements was shored following concerns over ...

River Working at Oley Meadows

The historic town of Shotley Bridge, situated on the River Derwent, was the site of ...

Soil Anchors at Ferniegair

150mm diameter core holes were drilled at 2M centres in two rows.  The drilling rig ...

Anchors Aweigh in Gateshead!

Following the partial collapse of a 5m high retaining wall onto the footpath of a ...

Concrete Repairs to Exposed Aggregate Cladding Panels

Northumberland House is a commercial building containing both shops and offices in ...

Avison Street Area

There are around 200 properties of this type in Newcastle where the bedroom is ...

Concrete Canopy Repairs

St Astier was approached by East Durham Homes via Keepmoat to address defective ...

Forth Street, Newcastle

A number of disused archway units, a short distance from Newcastle’s central station,

Refresco Refurbishment

We have recently completed a major refurbishment contract for Refresco, the beverages

Liverton Mill

Moorsholm Lane/Liverton Mill Bank is a narrow, adopted highway which links the ...

Charles Palmer Statue

The monument depicting Sir Charles Mark Palmer was inaugurated in 1903. It was ...

Getting a North East Institution Back on the Right Track

The Shildon of 1800 was a quiet village nestled amongst old colliery towns in County ...

Gateshead Visitor Centre

The Gateshead Visitor Centre, formerly St Mary’s Church, has been a place of ...

The Castle Keep Phase III

With the final dismantlement of the scaffolding in early December, phase three works ...

Repairs to Wharton Park

In 1857, after completing the construction of the Durham railway, William Lloyd ...

Landmark Repairs on 12th Century Keep

Built in 1092, this motte and bailey castle stood proudly and signified William II ...

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