Banqueting House, Whitehall

Brief Description
The Banqueting House is the only remaining part of the Palace of Whitehall. Building began in 1619 and was completed in 1622 in neo-classical style, designed by Inigo Jones. The style was a major influence on English Architecture. In 1635 Rubens was commissioned to paint the impressive ceiling.

Today the building is a Grade I listed National Monument open to the public and is undergoing a major refurbishment.

Banqueting House Certificate

Project Details
Location: Whitehall, London
Client: Historic Royal Palaces

Professional Services
Martin Thomas Associates were appointed to undertake all the Mechanical and Electrical Consultancy Work.

Scope of Works:
Elevation Lighting
Roof External Access Lighting
Power supply to Roof Trace-heating Installation Lightning Protection