Project: Springfield Hospital, London

Client: City & Country

Barwin are delighted to have been appointed on three seperate phases of works at Springfield Hospital, converting the existing building into luxury 1, 2 and 3 bedroom flats.

The hospital opened as the Surrey County Pauper Lunatic Asylum in 1840. The original building was a grand symmetrical red brick Tudor-style composition enclosing a large courtyard, built to the designs of Edward Lapidge, the county surveyor. A purpose-built chapel was added in 1881. It came under the management of Middlesex County Council in 1888 and was renamed the Wandsworth Asylum.

During the First World War it became the Springfield War Hospital and after the war, it became the Springfield Mental Hospital A new infirmary block to treat mentally ill patients who were also physically ill opened in July 1932.

Scope of works:

  • Stone repairs to Cornice, Quoins, String, Roll Mould, Copings
  • Stone Indent Repairs
  • Reforming Stone Cornices
  • Brick repairs & Replacements
  • Taking down and re-building Gables & Crenelations
  • Re-pointing facades
  • Cleaning to facades (Doff, Chemical and TORC)
  • Installing new stone to Windows & Doors including, Mullions, Transoms, Cills, Heads, Thresholds
  • Re-building Garden Walls
  • New Internal & External brickwork (Bricking up door openings, Enlarging Windows, Forming Door Openings)

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