Based in the small village of Ormiston, East Lothian, Callum Joinery is run by Callum Smith. Callum comes from a long line of tradesmen going back to his great grandfather who ran his own manufacturing and shopfitting business in the village ( as John A.G. Anderson Ormiston Ltd.). Callum Joinery now provides an all round service from building and conservation trades to include electricians, plumbers, stonemasons, bricklayers, roofers, lead-workers, harlers and roughcastors, plasterers, painters and ames tapers.
Callum completed his joiner’s apprenticeship at three renowned local companies.
Stewart and Buglass (Haddington) who gave Callum his first job after leaving school. T B Williamson and sons (Dalkeith) with whom he worked for 1 year while attending Jewel and Esk Valley College. John A Smith and Son (Athelstaneford) where Callum completed his apprenticeship
Callum graduated from Jewel and Esk College in 2008 achieving SVQ levels 2 and 3 in Carpentry and Joinery (The New City and Guilds).
Throughout his apprenticeship Callum worked extensively on renovation and restoration projects (e.g. farm steading conversions, derelict buildings and renovation of listed buildings – working for Historic Scotland and National Museums of Scotland and several local authorities).
More recently has been involved in the erection of kit builds and hand cut roofs including the construction of Dormer windows and Rooflights. He has considerable experience in kitchen fitting and solid wood flooring as well as attic conversions.