Mosaic Tiles at HMRC

Government Offices Great George Street was designed by John Brydon following a competition. The East end of the building was completed in 1908 and the West end was completed in 1917, with major refurbishments at a cost of £140 million finishing in 2002. GOGGS is listed as Grade II* on the National Heritage List for England, meaning that it is of “exceptional interest and of outstanding importance”. DBR Conservation is carrying out floor repairs to the extensive decorative mosaic & terrazzo floors throughout the building.



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