Stone Edge is expected to complete the facade replication of Inglewood Manor by the end of November, despite appalling weather conditions.
The 1830s former Monastery, Manor House and Spa in West Berkshire, which was demolished in 2009, is to be completely restored by Stone Edge.
Stone Edge completed a comprehensive survey in readiness for its full replication.
Stephen Boardman, Contracts Manager, said: “Without a doubt, our progress has been hampered by the extreme weather conditions.
“With this in mind, we have continued to adjust our programme to suit conditions, enabling us to drive forward without too much disruption.
“Work continues on Inglewood Manor which will enable this once impressive building, to be once again the Manor it should be.”
Forward planning is one of Stone Edge’s top priorities, providing flexibility and innovation in a fast paced industry.
Stone Edge continues to strive for efficient methods of working, tailored to meet the needs of the client.
Inglewood Manor, along with its ground, is huge and has had a diverse history, from use as a training centre for young men in 1928 to a health hydro in 1972 and a health spa more recently.
In summer 2009 permission was granted to demolish the rest of Inglewood House on the condition that it was rebuilt, albeit in modern materials, so that its appearance is unchanged.
“Work continues on Inglewood Manor which will enable this once impressive building, to be once again the Manor it should be.”Stephen Boardman, Contracts Manager
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