Posted on July 10, 2020 by admin — Leave a commentStadium seat revival. “Can you do something with my seat?” Now, there’s a question you have to think about before answering! Turns out the chap had a seat that had been removed from Wimbledon Football club’s stadium before it was demolished. It had been one of a pair that had been fixed to a concrete terrace but had been removed and inartistically separated from it’s twin with an angle grinder. He wanted to be able to sit on it again. Challenge accepted. Client wanted to keep as much of the original frame as possible, so we started by cleaning up all the sharp edges left by the previous butchery then welded a stiffener into the support that had been cut. Then a 25mm square box section frame was constructed to hold it all up. A lick of paint and the plastic seat parts refitted & we’re good to go. Commemorative plaque installed at the owner’s request. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Post navigationPrevious post: Flight Case modification.Next post: Light fitting mod. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.