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Old Bromley Town Hall is a Grade II listed building constructed between 1906 and 1939. Originally built in 1906 by R Frank Atkinson in a neo-Wren style. The Old Town Hall consisted of two separate buildings. The first structure was built in 1906 and comprises a period stone staircase and plaster features. The second was built in 1939 and was art deco in design. The buildings were occupied by Bromley College until 2007 and were then vacant for over a decade.
Working together with Castleforge Partners, architects’ Cartwright Pickard proposed the building be refurbished and enlarged to provide 73,000sqft of modern co-working office space and a 24-bedroom boutique hotel, alongside a publicly accessible courtyard and café/bar. The whole reform is designed to bring business and investment into the local community.
WFC Contractors undertook the redevelopment project including restoration of some of the outstanding original design features, giant fluted concrete columns clad in green marble, the original terrazzo floor, stone architrave and fireplaces. New modern finishes were seamlessly integrated with the existing features to create a modern, yet characterful working environment.
Artisan Plastercraft was engaged to provide expert advice and surveys of the lath and plaster ceilings. The purpose of the inspections was to assess and provide an experienced opinion on the condition and structural integrity of the ceilings and give recommendations for remedial work.
Following our surveys, we were awarded a programme of plaster restoration works, including:
We carried this work out in many of the rooms highlighted to WFC Contractors following our site inspections, including the old council chambers and new club lounge.
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