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Case Studies: Conservation & Restoration

Trinity College

Trinity College, Cambridge

Contract Value – £1,100.000.00

Main Contractor – SDC

Works Carried Out; Cementious Render Removal & Re Render in Natural Lime with Ashlar markings. Restoration of the castellations involving remoulding & profiling in roman stucco cement. Internal repairs to traditional lath and plaster and repairs to the stone staircases.

Broughton Road

Broughton Road, London (Original Victorian Laundry House)

Contract Value – £600,000.00

Main Contractor – Quinn London

Works carried out;

Phase One – Restoration.

Phase Two – New Build Brick and Blockwork using reclaimed bricks, installation of cast stone and glass blocks.

Tower of London

Tower of London

Contract Value – £30,000.00

Main Contractor – NDB

Works Carried Out; Restoration of The Middle Drawbridge.

Gunnersbury Park Mansion

Gunnersbury Park Mansion, London

Contract Value – £1,518,000,00

Main Contractor – Quinn London

Works Carried Out; Restoration of early 19th century mansion house with approx. 3000 m2 of traditional renders and masonry repairs.

Met Quarters

Met Quarters, Original Barclays Bank & Police Station, Watford

Contract Value – £163,000.00

Main Contractor – Buxton

Works Carried Out; Facade cleaning, building new gauged brick arches, brick repair and replace, re-pointing to the existing arches, brick bands and features. Stone bandings repaired or replaced and new stone bandings moulded and fitted, stone capitals and pediments repaired in situ or remade to match existing.

Royal Train Sheds

Royal Train Sheds, Wolverton

Contract Value – £200,000.00

Main Contractor- Willmott Dixon Construction

Works Carried Out; Restoration

Gunnersbury Parkland & Structures

Contract Value – £600,000

Main Contractor – Quinn London

Works Carried Out; Conservation of Princess Amelia’s Bath House including restoration to the Gothic Screen, reforming of the pinnacles inclusive of the crockets and finials to replicate the original design.  Rebuilding of the castellated walls to the east terrace using a coloured roman cement.