Project: Refurbishment of Canterbury Cathedral Cafe
Client: Canterbury Cathedral, Church of England
Replacement of existing clay tiled pitches, replaced of rear slated areas and renewal of all lead and cast iron rainwater goods.
Structural repairs to main timber frame using a mixture of new oak timber beams and some steel supports.
Refurbishment and replacement like-for-like of all timber casement and sash windows.
Removal of all asbestos items.
Refurbishment and installation of new public WCs
Installation of all new second-fix joinery.
Full re-plastering in lime and heritage redecoration to suit.
Fibrous plaster repair works.
Retainment of Medieval graffiti.
Localised repointing in lime and clay brick replacements.
Installation of counter and kitchen facilities.
Fit-out of furniture.
Hand painted signage.
Refurbishment of exterior shop-front working from a public highway in a public domain.
Working over tourists in confined spaces.
All works were supervised and approved by the local authority’s listed building officer.
- Heritage repairs
- New sound system
- CCTV installation
- New joinery installation
- Careful removal of paint coverings
- Installation of new fire protections
- Furniture assemble
- Art installation
Redec has a wealth of knowledge from scores of sectors across the South-East of England. We are as adept at working on highly sensitive or safety critical areas, as we are working to conserve our historic built environment.
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