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Midstocket Parish Church
Midstocket Parish Church
Midstocket Parish Church
Midstocket Parish Church
Acting as Principal Contractor with James Roy Architects and the design team the project consisted of  the renovation and remodelling of the existing building into a modern facility. In addition a new extension was constructed to accommodate a new rest room with kitchenette areas. 

Project  Feature

The biggest task was the extensive strip out of the Sanctuary area. Whilst protecting  the existing architectural features the undercroft area was excavated taken back to the basic shell. Some structural works were  required during this phase to stabilise the building as the strip out works progressed, requiring good communication between the design and site teams.

This extensive project included, major internal strip out, demolition of concrete stair, structural works, new heating system, new extension with zinc roof,  new electrical system, main entrance to remove inner screens, alter main doors to open outward and installation of electronically operated inner glazed doors; formation of new room and toilet adjoining vestry; installation of steel columns and beams with foundations, concrete floors and underfloor heating.

Project Overview

Client: 
Midstocket Parish Church

Designer:
James Roy  Architects - james.roy@btinternet.com  01224 571360

Quantity Surveyor: 
Armour & Partners

Structural Engineer: 
Wright Associates

Value:
£985,552

Duration:
January 2014—November 2014