Quadriga were employed to carry out restoration works to Amicia Tenement, part of the Duchy of Lancaster’s Crewe Estate in Cheshire.

Originally built by Lord Crewe in the 19th century, the building was named after his daughter, Amicia Henrietta Milnes. Lord Crewe used it as a retreat from his formal residence at Crewe Hall and the property was acquired by the Duchy of Lancaster in the 1930s.  Since then, it has served as a private residence, corporate headquarters and equestrian centre before becoming vacant in 2015.


Quadriga have been on site removing rotten timbers before replacing them with new to match the original style and re-installation of lime render to various panels.


Works included:


  • Removal and reinstatement of lime render.
  • Removal of decayed beams in sections before treating the brickwork with a suitable fungicide.
  • Replacement timber to match the original in seasoned oak.
  • Timber splicing and resin repairs.
  • Restoration and replacement of bricks where required.





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