St Mary de Crypt Gloucester
St Mary de Crypt dates from the late 15th Century and has one of the few remaining Tudor schoolrooms in England adjacent to it. The church is significant for its association with famous people, the most known of which was Jemmy Wood, a penny-pinching character thought to have inspired Dickens’ Scrooge.
A redevelopment programme was implemented to restore the Church and Schoolroom, funded by HLF and other sources and headed by the Princes Foundation Trust.
Location: Southgate Street, Gloucester
Client: The Prince’s Foundation
Value: £2.1 million
Martin Thomas Associates were appointed to undertake all the Mechanical and Electrical Consultancy Work, namely in a full design and construction stage monitoring role.
Strip out of redundant services in Church and School House.
Replacement incoming power and water supplies.
New Gas meter to serve revised load.
New heating and domestic water supply system.
New lighting and emergency lighting.
New Fire and intruder alarms.
New CCTV and PA/Music systems.
New underfloor heating.
New broadband and WiFi services.
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