Client: The National Trust, Wessex Regional Office, Eastleigh Court, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 9HW.
Tyntesfield House is the centrepiece of the 536 acre Tyntesfield Estate, six miles southwest of Bristol.
The project is to undertake wide ranging repairs to the mansion including partial re-roofing, masonry repairs to external walls which are constructed in Bath and Ham stone and extensive, repairs to the cast iron rainwater goods. Internally the repairs to fabric include fine joinery and plasterwork.
The Mansion will open to the public as normal through the season and visitors will be positively encouraged to view the works in progress. Young people training with in The Princes Trust will benefit from working alongside the builders.
CDM Coordinators South West (A Division of Wilkins Safety Group) acted as CDM Coordinators for the repair and refurbishment of Tyntesfield House for the National Trust, Wessex Region – winner of the;
- 2012 RIBA South West, Conservation Award,
- 2012 RIBA South West Award for Excellence in Architecture,
- 2012 RICS South West, Building Conservation Award
- 2012 RICS South West, Building of the Year Award.