Case Study - Fleur de Lis

Project Fleur de Lis - Faversham
Client The Faversham Society (National Lottery Funded)
Business Historical Museum
Architect Mr R Turner
Brief To take delivery of an English Heritage protected shop front into the workshop, renovate it and install it under a new bespoke display pavilion at the Fleur de Lis centre
Scope The refurbishment of a listed shop front. The laying of a solid concrete foundation stone for a new display pavilion The construction of a new lead roofed canopy c/w steel support columns and feature lighting
Timescale 12 weeks from appointment until project completion
Materials Specialist antique glass, timber, steel, concrete, lead, lighting and land scaping
Challenges To repair the existing shop front (originally from Faversham) which had been kept in storage in the United States, to it's former glory ensuring that all the materials matched and that the carvings were reproduced by hand to ensure continuity The canopy needed to reflect the surroundings along with the shop front over which it sat.
Value Added Full design and technical calculations provided by West One, keeping all of the challenges in house and manageable. As with all of our projects, a West One director had full Input & control from inception to handover.