Dover Officers New Barracks

Having previously completed a master-plan and feasibility study for locating new visitor facilities at Dover, we were commissioned to carry out structural and fabric consolidation works on the Officers’ Barracks, a grade II listed structure designed by Anthony Salvin in 1856 situated on the scheduled monument site and overlooking the straits of Dover.

DJA managed a phased programme of structural and fabric consolidation works over three years. Works include the installation of new floors where the existing were missing, repairing and replacing structural elements compromised by both wet and dry rot. Preventing the further degradation of the fabric by addressing problems of leaking and poor ventilation through the walls and roof and restoration and replacement of decayed cast iron rainwater goods and balustrades.

Having previously completed a master-plan and feasibility study for locating new visitor facilities at Dover, we were commissioned to carry out structural and fabric consolidation works on the Officers’ Barracks, a grade II listed structure designed by Anthony Salvin in 1856 situated on the scheduled monument site and overlooking the straits of Dover.

DJA managed a phased programme of structural and fabric consolidation works over three years. Works include the installation of new floors where the existing were missing, repairing and replacing structural elements compromised by both wet and dry rot. Preventing the further degradation of the fabric by addressing problems of leaking and poor ventilation through the walls and roof and restoration and replacement of decayed cast iron rainwater goods and balustrades.

Having previously completed a master-plan and feasibility study for locating new visitor facilities at Dover, we were commissioned to carry out structural and fabric consolidation works on the Officers’ Barracks, a grade II listed structure designed by Anthony Salvin in 1856 situated on the scheduled monument site and overlooking the straits of Dover.

DJA managed a phased programme of structural and fabric consolidation works over three years. Works include the installation of new floors where the existing were missing, repairing and replacing structural elements compromised by both wet and dry rot. Preventing the further degradation of the fabric by addressing problems of leaking and poor ventilation through the walls and roof and restoration and replacement of decayed cast iron rainwater goods and balustrades.

Having previously completed a master-plan and feasibility study for locating new visitor facilities at Dover, we were commissioned to carry out structural and fabric consolidation works on the Officers’ Barracks, a grade II listed structure designed by Anthony Salvin in 1856 situated on the scheduled monument site and overlooking the straits of Dover.

DJA managed a phased programme of structural and fabric consolidation works over three years. Works include the installation of new floors where the existing were missing, repairing and replacing structural elements compromised by both wet and dry rot. Preventing the further degradation of the fabric by addressing problems of leaking and poor ventilation through the walls and roof and restoration and replacement of decayed cast iron rainwater goods and balustrades.