Exeter Cathedral

Brief Description
Originally a Romanesque (Norman) church dating from 1050, the re-building of Exeter Cathedral was commenced in 1265 and substantially completed around 1350.

The Cathedral is the only example in Europe of a Decorated Gothic building in its entirety apart from the two northern towers.

It boasts the longest unbroken Gothic stone vaulting in the world.

Project Details
Location: Exeter
Client: The Cathedral Administrator

Professional Services
Martin Thomas Associates were appointed to undertake the Consultancy services in connection with a complete new fire alarm & detection system throughout the Cathedral, Chapter House and Cloister Garth buildings.

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