bdp has won three years' worth of new-build, adaptation and conservation work costing £14.2 million at the famous Historic Dockyard in Chatham, Kent.
bdp has won three years' worth of new-build, adaptation and conservation work costing £14.2 million at the famous Historic Dockyard in Chatham, Kent. The practice is to adapt three key scheduled Ancient Monuments - the Joiners Shop, the Fitted Rigging House, and No.1 Smithery, and will build new visitor facilities, a car park, and station buildings for an on-site railway planned for use by visitors. The Joiners Shop will be adapted for commercial use and is due for completion in ...
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