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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)

Stevensons of Norwich Plaster Survey & Report

A complete survey of your existing plasterwork is undertaken on-site, which includes checking the structural integrity and potential water ingress points both above and below the plasterwork. Detailed sketches and photographs will be produced during the survey. For public buildings, a baseline ABTT survey will be undertaken with a structural engineer present.

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Detailed plaster survey report

Plaster survey report

At the end of the survey, you will be presented with a thorough report of your plasterwork, including detailed plans, sketches and re-inspection timescales. Depending on the result, your plasterwork will be certified.

Plaster Surveys

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”.

Newcastle, UK

Theatre Royal, Newcastle

Theatre Survey & Restoration

Occupying its current site since 1837, the majestic Theatre Royal in Newcastle underwent extensive renovations in 2011 across the entire building, with Stevensons playing a major role in the restoration of the plasterwork in the main theatre.

Constructed from fibrous plaster, the balcony fronts, proscenium arch and ceiling required a thorough integrity survey, which identified areas which needed strengthening, and in some cases, in situ repairs to the plaster surface took place. To the rear of the stalls, Stevensons replaced the existing ceiling with a new fibrous plaster design, which was cast in Norwich and transported to Newcastle in sections, where each section was joined seamlessly to a supporting grid.

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Newcastle, UK

Theatre Royal, Newcastle

Theatre Survey & Restoration

Occupying its current site since 1837, the majestic Theatre Royal in Newcastle underwent extensive renovations in 2011 across the entire building, with Stevensons playing a major role in the restoration of the plasterwork in the main theatre.

Constructed from fibrous plaster, the balcony fronts, proscenium arch and ceiling required a thorough integrity survey, which identified areas which needed strengthening, and in some cases, in situ repairs to the plaster surface took place. To the rear of the stalls, Stevensons replaced the existing ceiling with a new fibrous plaster design, which was cast in Norwich and transported to Newcastle in sections, where each section was joined seamlessly to a supporting grid.