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

The Stevensons of Norwich showroom is open
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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

Manchester, UK

Manchester City Art Gallery

Lime Coffered Ceiling Restoration

During an extension project to the Manchester City Art Gallery, the nearby Athenaeum building was incorporated into the site. Stevensons were invited to undertake repair work on the lime plaster ceiling in the Athenaeum, as well as complete plasterwork repairs within the existing gallery itself.

A key part of this project was to maintain consistency between any repairs and the existing ceiling – particular focus was given to the composition of the lime mix to match the existing Athenaeum coffered ceiling.

Where possible, replacement was avoided, however deterioration had occurred and some decorative elements had been destroyed, which required our craftsmen to cast brand new enrichments for the historic ceiling. The surviving sections were re-secured, and the new sections attached seamlessly, preserving the look of the building.

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Manchester, UK

Manchester City Art Gallery

Lime Coffered Ceiling Restoration

During an extension project to the Manchester City Art Gallery, the nearby Athenaeum building was incorporated into the site. Stevensons were invited to undertake repair work on the lime plaster ceiling in the Athenaeum, as well as complete plasterwork repairs within the existing gallery itself.

A key part of this project was to maintain consistency between any repairs and the existing ceiling – particular focus was given to the composition of the lime mix to match the existing Athenaeum coffered ceiling.

Where possible, replacement was avoided, however deterioration had occurred and some decorative elements had been destroyed, which required our craftsmen to cast brand new enrichments for the historic ceiling. The surviving sections were re-secured, and the new sections attached seamlessly, preserving the look of the building.

Edinburgh, UK

Bank of Scotland

Plaster Ceiling Repair

As part of a larger repair contract to the Bank of Scotland’s building in Edinburgh, Stevensons undertook the repair and partial replacement of the stunning ceiling in the imposing Bryce Hall. A room the full height of the building, Bryce Hall had been converted over the years to include additional floors and dividing walls, destroying sections of the plasterwork in the process.

To identify the areas that were in need of repair, a survey was completed, before in situ repairs took place, along with reinforcement of the fixings. In total, approximately one third of the ceiling needed to be replaced, therefore new fibrous plaster panels were cast and installed to restore the ceiling to its former glory.

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Edinburgh, UK

Bank of Scotland

Plaster Ceiling Repair

As part of a larger repair contract to the Bank of Scotland’s building in Edinburgh, Stevensons undertook the repair and partial replacement of the stunning ceiling in the imposing Bryce Hall. A room the full height of the building, Bryce Hall had been converted over the years to include additional floors and dividing walls, destroying sections of the plasterwork in the process.

To identify the areas that were in need of repair, a survey was completed, before in situ repairs took place, along with reinforcement of the fixings. In total, approximately one third of the ceiling needed to be replaced, therefore new fibrous plaster panels were cast and installed to restore the ceiling to its former glory.