Powis Gate is a Category B Listed building forming the gatehouse entrance to Powis House (1802).
Powis Gate is situated in the heart of Old Aberdeen within University of Aberdeen campus: this prominent, public location demanded effective project management throughout. The decorative and protective limewash coating forms a distinctive feature of the completed works.

The structure was erected between 1833 and 1834 by John Leslie of Powis and comprises two minarets and centre arch.
This included allowing full access to the building and minimising disruption to the University students. LTM manufactured the limewash from Singleton Birch NHL2 to produce the unique creamy buff coloured finish created by the natural minerals in the raw material.

The distinctive ‘pepper pot’ minarets are a distinctive feature to Old Aberdeen, forming a unique landmark and monument to the University complex.

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