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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.

Survey Report Stevensons of Norwich

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

London, UK

St Paul's Church, Clapham

Lath and Lime Plaster Restoration

After a partial collapse of the nave lath and plaster ceiling within this community church, Stevensons were invited to complete a ceiling survey and report on the overall condition.

Close inspection revealed that a combination of age and water ingress had affected the integrity of the ceiling, and a plan for repair was drawn up. Through the use of stainless steel fixings, the existing laths were secured, and the damaged section restored using traditional lime plaster techniques.

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London, UK

St Paul's Church, Clapham

Lath and Lime Plaster Restoration

After a partial collapse of the nave lath and plaster ceiling within this community church, Stevensons were invited to complete a ceiling survey and report on the overall condition.

Close inspection revealed that a combination of age and water ingress had affected the integrity of the ceiling, and a plan for repair was drawn up. Through the use of stainless steel fixings, the existing laths were secured, and the damaged section restored using traditional lime plaster techniques.

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.