Decorative Plasterwork Repair and Restoration in Banks, Clubs & Hotels

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Securing, repair and replacement of plaster ceilings and plasterwork in banks, clubs & hotels

The owners and users of banks and hotels are more aware than ever of their duty of care for the safety of the public and their employees and the need to manage risks associated with historic and traditional plasterwork.

Banks and hotels where Stevensons of Norwich have undertaken surveys and reports with subsequent repairs and renewals of historic plasterwork include The Bank of England, Halifax Bank of Scotland Edinburgh, Landmark Hotel London, Savoy Hotel London, Great Eastern Hotel London, Amstel Hotel Amsterdam and Chateau Impney Worcestershire.

The service offered is a thorough survey, a detailed report, a costed plan of action and, if instructed, a full repair and renewal service. Following completion of any repairs and renewals Stevensons will confirm in writing that the integrity of the plasterwork has been established and will follow up with assistance with maintenance staff training and periodic inspections.

HALIFAX BANK OF SCOTLAND, EDINBURGH

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In the early years of the new Millenium the HBOS headquarters in Edinburgh was subject to a major restoration and repair exercise. The package for the decorative plasterwork throughout the building was awarded to Stevensons of Norwich by the main contractor Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd.

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THE LANDMARK HOTEL, MARYLEBONE, LONDON

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The former Railway Hotel adjacent to the Midland Station had been allowed to decline from its former glory when it was converted to offices by British Railways and then abandoned as redundant. 

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BANKS, HOTELS & CLUBS - PROJECT LIST

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Bank of England
Lloylds Bank, Cornhill, London
Halifax Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh
Great Eastern Hotel, Liverpool Street, London
Lloylds Bank, Covent Garden, London
Landmark Hotel, London
Amstel Hotel, Amsterdam
Savoy Hotel, London
Prudential Building, Holborn, London

OTHER WORKS

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