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Stephen Laing

Managing Director

Laing Traditional Masonry Limited

HQ Phone:  +44 1330 833941

Email: s***@***.uk

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Laing Traditional Masonry Limited

Castle Fraser

Sauchen, Scotland,AB51 7LD

United Kingdom

Company Description

LTM dedicate services to clientele that can see the benefits of employing the best practice for the sensitive repair and conservation of historic and ecclesiastical buildings. From the grandest cathedral to the vernacular cottage, no matter the geographical lo...more

Background Information

Employment History

Managing Director

LTM Group Ltd


Affiliations

National Farmers Union

Regional Council Member


Fiddlehead Farm

Regional Council Member


Education

Robert Gordon's University , Aberdeen


Sustainable Agriculture

Fleming College


MBA


Web References(64 Total References)


Meet the Team - About LTM (Laing Traditional Masonry Ltd)

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Steven Laing - Managing Director, LTM Group [ Read Steven's Profile ]
Steven Laing - Managing Director Steven Laing started his stonemasonry career with Historic Scotland in September 1989 at Elgin Cathedral. Steven achieved awards over four consecutive years during his City & Guilds courses and represented Aberdeen Technical College at inter-city masonry competitions in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Steven graduated from Robert Gordon's University, Aberdeen with an HNC in Building in 1996. Steven undertook the William Morris Craft Fellowhip in 1997, an award scheme aimed at broadening the skills and experience of trained craftsmen involved in historic building repairs. Laing Traditional Masonry was established in February 1999 specialising in the sensitive repair and conservation of historic and ecclesiastical buildings. Steven's focus on efficient and effective professional service combined with an excellent standard of workmanship has placed LTM at the forefront of the conservation industry in Scotland. Steven also regularly delivers Lime Mortar training courses to a variety of organisations; The Scottish Lime Centre Trust, Building Limes Forum and Scottish Traditional Skills Training Centre to name a few. More recently Steven and his company have received recognition in the fields of craftmanship for the Natural Stone Awards and for Environmental Awareness in the Civic Trust Green Apple Awards. Steven has also been awarded recognition in the Balvenie Artisan Awards. Steven Laing, National Winner of Country Living Magazine's The Balvenie Artisan of the Year 2007. Steven Laing Managing Director LTM Group Ltd


Training Awards - LTM Academy Division

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Steven Laing - Managing Director
Steven Laing - Managing Director Awarded S.P.A.B. William Morris Craft Fellow 1997


Cromarty East Church - Testimonials

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Steven Laing, Managing Director of Laing Traditional Masonry Ltd


NTS News

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Steven Laing, Managing Director at Laings Traditional Masonry said: "The team are thoroughly enjoying this latest piece of the project.


Create a farm advisory board - Country Guide

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Employing either of these methods, or a hybrid like Steve Laing of Fiddlehead Farms in Demorestville, Ont., just makes it a little bit harder for business owners to let themselves off the hook when they don't meet their own goals.
While Steve Laing may only farm five acres in Ontario's Prince Edward County, and this may only be his third year in operation, he talks about the essential role of his advisory board in a way that echoes the feelings of large operator Lee Erickson. "I have to make sure an idea is thoroughly researched to present it and answer all the questions everyone else has, and then sometimes we have to bench an idea to come back to it later on or do a trial," says Laing. "You have to make sure you cover all your bases because whenever you have a hole, they can point at that hole." Though his is a small market garden and agri-tourism venture, the management structure on Laing's farm is sophisticatedly business-like. Laing and his father, a registered accountant, share voting control of the company. However, the board also includes non-voting partners such as Laing's stepfather, who earned his MBA before retiring from a long career with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, and Laing's partner, a landscape biologist. With so many different value systems, it can be frustrating to operate by consensus, Laing admits, but it also truly tests the strength of his ideas thanks to the variety of perspectives. "Having a bunch of people who overlap a lot isn't necessarily useful in making well thought out decisions," Laing says. "People with divergent viewpoints can help because it requires you to justify your position more and ultimately you'll end up with better ideas and better implementation." Laing says his group meets three times a year for overall business-planning purposes, such as approving annual budgets or new marketing initiatives, which is much closer to the quarterly meetings experts recommend for advisory board meetings. Then through the growing season, Laing makes operational decisions within the parameters set by the group, reacting to immediate challenges mostly as he sees fit. But he says the act of outlining the year's plan of attack helps him keep the farm's day-to-day progress balanced with reality, and takes much of the emotion out of decision-making for extremely rational results.


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