Buckingham Palace: Queens Gallery Refurbishment

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Buckingham Palace: Queens Gallery Refurbishment

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In 2011, Sykes were appointed to oversee and manage a refurbishment project to the Queens Gallery at Buckingham Palace.

The Queens Gallery at Buckingham Palace was an extension built in 2002 to house the Queens Art Collection, and mark the Queens Golden Jubilee.

The galleries are traditionally presented, with decorative timber flooring and bronze floor grilles, fabric covered walls, ornate fibrous plaster coffered ceilings and polished hardwood joinery. Though the traditional design covers the state of the art services required to maintain the strict room conditions for works stored within.

A project was required in 2011 to resolve issues relating to the stonework installation. Works included re-polishing of marble, cleaning, sealing and repairing cracks in the Portland floor slabs and tiled skirting and repairing damaged grout lines. T

he opportunity was used to carry our further refurbishment works to the gallery spaces, including replacement of bespoke wall coverings and restoration of all decorative timber flooring.

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