The Queen's Chapel of The Savoy

Project Details

Client: Duchy of Lancaster

PM: Crowther & Co

Value: £150,000

Date: 2012


The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy based in Savoy Hill, London was built as part of a charitable foundation under the terms of the will of King Henry VII in the early sixteenth century.

Our work on the Grade II Listed building involved the refurbishment of both the vestibule and the Chapel including: damp remedial works, new day lighting pane and system, DDA compliance including new landing ramp and handrail system, new flooring, kitchen replacement. In the Chapel we undertook ceiling repairs and redecoration, damp remedial and painting, removal of pews and replacement once finished to exact location, replacement of floor to its original state, removal of stained glass windows and complete refurbishment of the window, water penetration works to all roofs including high level to match graded listed exterior and a modern infill and railings etc.