Quadriga completed work at Grade II Listed Oddfellows Hall in Manchester in 2020. The building forms part of the new Manchester Engineering Campus Development at the University of Manchester which will be one of the largest, single construction projects undertaken by a higher education institution in the UK.
The hall was built for the Oddfellows Friendly Society around 1915. The Oddfellows is a non-political international fraternity first documented in London in 1730. The society promotes friendliness, benevolence, charity and philanthropy.
- Super-heated steam clean of facade
- Terracotta repair and replacement where required
- Re-pointing and repair of brickwork
- Repair, replacement and redecoration of timber windows
- Constructing a new timber cupola frame with copper cladding to the dome
- Tile repair
- Stained glass repair and replacement
- Replacing brass hinges on windows
- Terrazzo floor repair
- Restoration of decorative floor in entrance
- Installation of suspended ceilings
- Installation of a new roof light