Universal Stone Ltd. were pleased to carry out restoration and refurbishment works at Holy Trinity Church, South Kensington on Prince Consort Road. This Grade I listed Anglican church was designed by the famous Victorian architect G.F.Bodley in 1904. Decorated in a perpendicular style and dressed in Bath stone; the church was in need of internal revitalisation to improve general usage and modernisation. Additionally, external repairs and cleaning to stone and brickwork.
The revitalisation project included;
- External works including repairs to damaged northeast corner of the parapet wall.
- Rebuilding sections of parapet and refitting of lead flashing.
- Repointing to coping stones and reinstate railings.
- Renewal of rainwater goods.
- Works to south boundary wall in preparations for new WC facilities.
- External cleaning to stonework.
- Overhaul of original oak door including ironmongery, moulding and improvements on draught seals.
- New access for drainage.
- Strip out of existing toilets, all redundant pipes and flooring.
- Modification of all existing pipework to suit new layout and fittings.
- Construction of new WC facilities including framework, bulkhead, cubicles and fittings.
- Wall tiling, decoration and flooring.
- Electrical, ventilation and piped water services.