Greenwich Hospital Bellot Projection River Wall

Greenwich Hospital was created as a result of Queen Mary’s II inspiration by the sight of wounded sailors returning from the Battle of La Hogue in 1692.

The hospital was a permanent home for retired sailors of the Royal Navy, which operated from 1692 to 1869.

DBR London erected designed access scaffolding over the river incorporating lifting rails to remove existing stonework and installing new Portland stonework copings. T he project also incorporated structural stabilisation of the river wall fabric along side the replacement of the repaired copings and masonry repairs involving grouting as well as re-pointing. Repairs and re-decoration of the railings was also part of the works.


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