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Refurbishment & Extension, St Mary’s Church, Lavey

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Client Rev. Fr. Graham P.P. Parish of Lavey
Architect Mullarkey Pedersen Architects
Value £2.4m
Contract Period 18 months

The works consists of the demolition of the existing single storey porch and rear sacristy, construction of new single storey sacristy, refurbishment of existing church including replacement of existing ground floor, roof finishes, repairs to stonework windows and roof structure, new internal finishes new mechanical and electrical services. Site works include new paving around church, adjustments to existing services, new retaining walls and gates. New drainage including treatment plant. All in close proximity to the existing graveyard.

  • Full Mechanical & Electrical strip out and subsequent new M&E installation 
  • Supply and installation of specialist stained glass windows and glazing to new extension 
  • Existing roof stripped and re-slated with associated timber repairs 
  • Extensive damp proof package 
  • New Lead encapsulated fleche installed completed with stainless steel cross 
  • Existing stonework raked and repointed 
  • New stone tiling to sanctuary, sanctuary steps, nave, and welcome area 
  • New stone sanctuary furniture including altar, ambo, sedelia, reredos and adjustments to existing stone furniture 
  • New timber pews, kneelers and frontals 
  • Refurbish existing Stations of the Cross 
  • Refurbish existing brasswork
  • Interior refurbishment including finished floors, ecclesiastical furniture and painting
  • Associated siteworks and landscaping