Former Royal Hospital, Wolverhampton, West Midlands
Conservation and transformation project
OUR WORK HERE

Stone Edge was appointed as the specialist heritage contractor on a major scheme to convert the former hospital to a new superstore. The Grade II listed brick building needed sensitive conservation.

One large wing was demolished, with its brick façade taken down and rebuilt in a new position within the remaining structure.

Stone Edge was involved at the early stages, carrying out surveys of the fabric and providing advice to the professional team. The building was in an extremely poor condition, requiring structural stabilisation, rebuilding and repair.

WORKS INCLUDED:
  • Take down and rebuild façade in new position
  • Cleaning, restoration and refurbishment of main portico and apse
  • Structural stabilisation
  • Rebuilding
  • Repair of brickwork
  • Extensive roofing repair and replacement
  • Repair of over two hundred sash windows
Client:

Tesco Stores plc

Architect:

Ettwein Bridges

Location:

Wolverhampton, West Midlands

Duration:

43 weeks

Start:

November 2014

Completion:

September 2015

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