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Stevensons of Norwich
Vulcan Road South
Norwich
NR6 6AF
United Kingdom

The Stevensons of Norwich showroom is open
8am-5pm, Monday to Friday
(exc. Bank Holidays)

Stoke Rochford Hall Plasterwork Ceiling Stevensons of Norwich

IN SITU PLASTER REPAIRS

Plaster Preservation

Wherever possible, in situ repairs will take place on the plaster mouldings using traditional methods to match the existing design. This includes the re-securing of loose plaster, physical repairs to cracked or damaged surfaces, and ensuring that the moulding is secured firmly to primary and secondary fixing points.

Church Stone Restoration Stevensons Stone

RESTORING STONE ARCHITECTURE

STEVENSONS-STONE®

Thanks to the unique properties of Stevensons-Stone® in replicating natural stone, buildings with architectural stone components in need of restoration can be convincingly replicated in fine detail. Our team of craftsmen will create a detailed mould of the existing design, into which the Stevensons-Stone® material will be poured and set, creating a faux stone replica of the original stone architecture.

Projects

London, UK

St Martin in the Fields

Lime Plaster Ceiling Restoration

One of Trafalgar Squares landmark buildings, the 18th Century Anglican church, St Martin in the Fields, underwent a major refurbishment in 2007, during which Stevensons undertook significant restoration work on the existing plasterwork.

After an initial survey of the current state of the plasterwork, repairs were made in situ to the existing lime plaster ceiling, as well as the highly detailed nave barrel vault ceiling. As part of the refurbishment, a new plaster dome was designed and installed, along with finely detailed decorative features across the church interior.

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London, UK

St Martin in the Fields

Lime Plaster Ceiling Restoration

One of Trafalgar Squares landmark buildings, the 18th Century Anglican church, St Martin in the Fields, underwent a major refurbishment in 2007, during which Stevensons undertook significant restoration work on the existing plasterwork.

After an initial survey of the current state of the plasterwork, repairs were made in situ to the existing lime plaster ceiling, as well as the highly detailed nave barrel vault ceiling. As part of the refurbishment, a new plaster dome was designed and installed, along with finely detailed decorative features across the church interior.

Cambridge, UK

Senate House, University of Cambridge

Lime Plaster Ceiling Securing

Whilst contractors were completing maintenance on the roof, Stevensons were invited to carry out repairs on the ornate lime plaster ceiling within Senate House at the University of Cambridge.

Although the survey did not show up any major defects, fixing points were reinforced with stainless steel fixings, and fibrous plaster decorative elements were checked for security. Once the reinforcements were complete, the ceiling was certified as safe for public use.

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Cambridge, UK

Senate House, University of Cambridge

Lime Plaster Ceiling Securing

Whilst contractors were completing maintenance on the roof, Stevensons were invited to carry out repairs on the ornate lime plaster ceiling within Senate House at the University of Cambridge.

Although the survey did not show up any major defects, fixing points were reinforced with stainless steel fixings, and fibrous plaster decorative elements were checked for security. Once the reinforcements were complete, the ceiling was certified as safe for public use.