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Vulcan Road South
Norwich
NR6 6AF
United Kingdom

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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.

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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

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.

Grantham, UK

Stoke Rochford Hall

Plaster Ceiling Reproduction

After a fire seriously damaged the property in 2006, Stevensons of Norwich worked to reinstate the plasterwork within Stoke Rochford Hall which had been destroyed by the fire across four major rooms – The Grand Hall, The Library, The Tudor Room and the Rochford Room.

Using surviving fragments from the fire and historic plans, Stevensons designers crafted detailed moulds to restore the 1841 built building back to its original Gothic style. The destroyed lime plasterwork was replaced with fibrous plaster casts of the reconstructed designs, with the wall plaster also reinstated using traditional methods.

This faithful reproduction of the lost plasterwork within Stoke Rochford Hall earned Stevensons of Norwich the prestigious Plaisterers Trophy in 2008 for “outstanding works both off and on site”, with the Judge’s commenting that “it would be a disservice to all the craftsmen and apprentices involved not to honour this project with an award”.

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Grantham, UK

Stoke Rochford Hall

Plaster Ceiling Reproduction

After a fire seriously damaged the property in 2006, Stevensons of Norwich worked to reinstate the plasterwork within Stoke Rochford Hall which had been destroyed by the fire across four major rooms – The Grand Hall, The Library, The Tudor Room and the Rochford Room.

Using surviving fragments from the fire and historic plans, Stevensons designers crafted detailed moulds to restore the 1841 built building back to its original Gothic style. The destroyed lime plasterwork was replaced with fibrous plaster casts of the reconstructed designs, with the wall plaster also reinstated using traditional methods.

This faithful reproduction of the lost plasterwork within Stoke Rochford Hall earned Stevensons of Norwich the prestigious Plaisterers Trophy in 2008 for “outstanding works both off and on site”, with the Judge’s commenting that “it would be a disservice to all the craftsmen and apprentices involved not to honour this project with an award”.