Over 35 Years Of Experience

Andrew Oxer

Andrew Oxer completed his apprenticeship of Stonemasonry in 1988 at Rattee & Kett in Cambridge. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Building Surveying in 1996.

Andrew has worked on a vast range of projects from restoration of some of the country's most important and historic buildings to multi-million pound stone projects in South East Asia.

Marcus Pond

Marcus qualified in 1996 achieving NVQ Level 2 and 3. Also in 1996 he entered for the London Association of Master Stonemasons (LAMMS) Competition after six months of starting training, finishing sixth and qualifying for Skillbuild 1997 where he was awarded fourth place. Marcus has a wealth of experience having undertaken masonry and restoration work on buildings such as Ely Cathedral, Bury St Edmunds Cathedral and Kings College Cambridge.


About Spectrum Stone

Spectrum Stone Ltd was established in August 2006. It was formed by Marcus Pond and Andrew Oxer after having over 35 years working in stonemasonry for some of the industry’s leading companies. Since conception, Spectrum Stone has been steadily growing by adhering to the original ethos of providing a first class service and employing the most highly qualified and experienced people available.

Since Spectrum Stone has been formed, they have undertaken a wide range of projects varying in size from small restoration contracts, such as Kings College, Cambridge and Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, where the restoration of decaying masonry has been undertaken to the highest standard, to larger projects such as St Pancras International London and Sixty London at Holboun Viaduct where Spectrum Stone have worked in conjunction with a main contractor and architect to provide the level of support required so that the design brief was achieved.