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Background

Built between 1795 and 1829, Ickworth House is a Grade I listed property which became a part of The National Trust portfolio in 1956.

Stace delivered Project Management services on the conservation of the Rotunda Building. It is the largest conservation project to ever take place at Ickworth and required 270 miles of scaffolding.

The conservation project involved the refurbishment of the iconic Rotunda building and its surrounding wings. The scope included multiple refurbishment requirements including the domed rotunda roof, structural repair, and drainage improvement works and installation of a lightning protection system across the Ickworth House estate.

Supported with additional funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Arts Council England and The Wolfson Foundation, the project at Ickworth is imperative to safeguard its future for generations to come.

Our Role

Stace delivered Project Management services on the conservation project at Ickworth House for our client, The National Trust.

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