PROJECT

MCo Group were instructed to carry out works to historic Middle Temple Hall.

LOCATION

Middle Temple, London

INDUSTRY

Heritage/Conservation

MIDDLE TEMPLE HALL, LONDON

MCo Group were instructed to carry out works to historic Middle Temple Hall.

The Hall was built between 1562 and 1573 and remains virtually unchanged to this day having survived the Great Fire of London in 1666 and both World Wars. Middle Temple continues to service the legal profession today, and also houses some of the most imposing event space in London available for formal dinners, weddings, meetings, receptions, corporate events, garden parties and outdoor functions.

Our works entailed opening up and enabling works and creation and installation of a new bespoke oak staircase and associated bespoke wall panelling, inserted internally within the Grade 1 Listed Middle Temple Hall, to provide a means of escape from the ground floor to the basement, in the event of an emergency. The project included for the contractor’s design and installation of the new internal staircase and full design, implementation and testing of altered building services within the site area.

The new staircase and panelling was manufactured from gold standard European oak and French polished to match the existing historic panelling.

We are so pleased with the result as visually it looks like it has always been there, with some superb detailing.

The Hall was in occupation throughout duration of our programme of works, and we worked closely with the client team to ensure that the greatest of care was taken to minimise noise and egress of dust, to ensure that this prestigious venue can operate at full capacity without any interruption from our works.

MCo Group Ltd are delighted to have completed this prestigious project in this amazing historic building

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