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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)

Theatre Restoration 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.

Theatre Royal Newcastle Restoration

Where plasterwork is damaged beyond repair, the Stevensons plasterers will work to preserve the original design by taking a rubber imprint of the plasterwork, a process known as ‘squeezing’. Through our team of designers, or by using the ‘squeezed’ moulds, we can recreate detailed plaster designs, restoring the theatre to its original glory.

Projects

Suffolk, UK

Educational Centre

Stevensons-Stone® Exterior Cornice

Stevensons-Stone® has been used to create new cornice and arch infills for the Educational Centre in Suffolk. With traditional stone architecture being too heavy for the building structure to support, Stevensons of Norwich cast the new cornice in our own Stevensons-Stone® material, which cut the weight by roughly ten times.

Manufactured in a white marble finish, the new cornice was produced and installed onto the eaves and pediment, along with arched infills above and around the first floor windows. By using Stevensons-Stone®, the project was completed as planned, without needing to reinforce the building structure.

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Suffolk, UK

Educational Centre

Stevensons-Stone® Exterior Cornice

Stevensons-Stone® has been used to create new cornice and arch infills for the Educational Centre in Suffolk. With traditional stone architecture being too heavy for the building structure to support, Stevensons of Norwich cast the new cornice in our own Stevensons-Stone® material, which cut the weight by roughly ten times.

Manufactured in a white marble finish, the new cornice was produced and installed onto the eaves and pediment, along with arched infills above and around the first floor windows. By using Stevensons-Stone®, the project was completed as planned, without needing to reinforce the building structure.

Worcestershire, UK

Ballroom, Chateau Impney Hotel

Plaster Ceiling Survey & Securing

Used for weddings and important functions, the Ballroom at the Chateau Impney Hotel is designed to make an impression. With the ceiling showing signs of distress, Stevensons were requested to complete a survey of the ceiling and surrounding cornice for safety reasons.

Our surveyors identified damage to the ceiling due to age and water ingress, which had led to visible deterioration of the ceiling surface. While physical repairs were not needed, the supporting structure no longer held the ceiling in its original position – to secure the ceiling and bring it back to the horizontal, stainless steel fixings and galvanised wires were introduced into the supporting structure.

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Worcestershire, UK

Ballroom, Chateau Impney Hotel

Plaster Ceiling Survey & Securing

Used for weddings and important functions, the Ballroom at the Chateau Impney Hotel is designed to make an impression. With the ceiling showing signs of distress, Stevensons were requested to complete a survey of the ceiling and surrounding cornice for safety reasons.

Our surveyors identified damage to the ceiling due to age and water ingress, which had led to visible deterioration of the ceiling surface. While physical repairs were not needed, the supporting structure no longer held the ceiling in its original position – to secure the ceiling and bring it back to the horizontal, stainless steel fixings and galvanised wires were introduced into the supporting structure.