The Mansion House, Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Conservation and transformation project
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The Mansion House is a Grade I listed building in the heart of Doncaster. Built in 1748, it has been extended over the centuries to incorporate the Tourist Information Centre and Doncaster’s civic wedding venue.
Stone Edge was employed to carry out phased repair and re-slating of the complex roof, with many altering roof pitches.
Works also included the re-decoration of the façade to create individual identities to the separate addresses within the estate.
Internally, a fast-paced refurbishment of the wedding venue was carried out, including M&E works and an upgrade to the kitchens.
The works were carried out to the live building, within a short timescale and successfully delivered with no impact on business continuity.
WORKS INCLUDED:
  • Internal fit out, including M&E and redecoration of wedding venue
  • Façade restoration and redecoration
  • Re-roofing using reclaimed original slates where possible
Client:
Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council
Architect:
DMBC
Location:
Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Duration:
23 weeks
Start:
February 2017
Completion:
July 2017

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