The Priest’s House Museum & Garden, Wimborne

Brief Description
The Priest’s House Museum occupies 10 rooms of a Grade II* listed townhouse and houses an important collection of archaeological material, photographs, costume and ephemera relating to domestic and rural life.

In summer 2019, the Priest House Museum Trust was awarded National Heritage Lottery funding for the restoration project to transform access and facilities at the museum, including the replacement of the existing Mechanical and Electrical Services.


Project Details
Location: Wimborne, Dorset
Client: The Priest’s House Museum Trust
Construction Value: £700,000
Dates: Summer 2019—Summer 2020

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

Services Include
Complete strip out of existing services
Heating systems
Air conditioning
Hot and cold water services
Natural gas
Above ground drainage
Upgrade of incoming electrical supplies
Power distribution
Internal and external lighting
Small Power
Fire alarm and detection
Intruder alarm
Data and communication systems


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