Brodsworth Hall, Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Conservation and transformation project
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Brodsworth Hall is a Grade I listed building, built in the 1860s as a family home. It survived with remarkably few changes until taken on by English Heritage in 1990. The building was in much need of sensitive repair, to ensure its future and preserve the unique collection of artefacts within.
Stone Edge North was appointed as main contractor, to carry out an overhaul of the M&E infrastructure services, together with the conservation and repair of French doors, timber windows, roof lanterns, external masonry and all associated works. Careful consideration had to be paid to the containment routes of the M&E services and the protection of the historic fabric. The building remained open to the public throughout the contract period.
WORKS INCLUDED:
  • Strip out M&E and replace, including new boiler
  • Conservation of rooflights, windows, doors and unique timber roller shutters
  • High spec decoration works to heritage scheme
  • Replacement leadwork to flat roof areas
Client:
English Heritage
Architect:
Donald Insall Architects
Location:
Doncaster
Duration:
39 Weeks
Start:
January 2017
Completion:
October 2017

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