|Material Type||Lead Work, RWG, Slating|
|Material Used||Lead, Slating|
Battersea Arts Centre is a Grade II listed building that was designed in 1891 by EW Mountford. The upperparts of the Grandhall were devastated by a fire, the redevelopment ensured this historic landmarks restoration.
The project included a total replacement of natural slate (penrhyn). Pre-fabrication of ornamental leadwork (spire dome & eyebrow dormers) and re-stripping and replacement of lead flat roofs.