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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)

Listed Buildings Plaster Preservation

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.

Stevensons of Norwich Listed building Restoration

RECREATING AN EXISTING DESIGN

RESTORATION AND REPRODUCTION

Where in situ repairs cannot be completed, Stevensons can re-create existing plasterwork and restore the mouldings to their original design. Using a process known as ‘squeezing’, an imprint of a section is taken to create a mould, allowing new sections to be cast and installed alongside the existing plasterwork.

Projects

London, UK

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

Complete Theatre Plasterwork Restoration

Stevensons of Norwich were responsible for the entire restoration, repair and in places, replacement of the original decorative and heritage plasterwork.

Numerous original architectural and decorative elements were brought to our Works in Norwich to assist with the specialist process of matching and replicating the plasterwork ahead of the new casts being transported to London for installation by our team.

Despite the numerous challenges of 2020, the project at The Theatre Royal proved an interesting and exciting environment to work and we look forward to our next theatre restoration project.

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London, UK

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

Complete Theatre Plasterwork Restoration

Stevensons of Norwich were responsible for the entire restoration, repair and in places, replacement of the original decorative and heritage plasterwork.

Numerous original architectural and decorative elements were brought to our Works in Norwich to assist with the specialist process of matching and replicating the plasterwork ahead of the new casts being transported to London for installation by our team.

Despite the numerous challenges of 2020, the project at The Theatre Royal proved an interesting and exciting environment to work and we look forward to our next theatre restoration project.

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.