The full internal redecoration of the Hull City Hall’s Main Entrance Way, Staircases, Lobbies, Main Bar and W.C.’s.
Work Carried Out
Duration of Contract
Approximately 8 Weeks
Case Study - Local Government
Hull City Hall
Hull City Hall in Queen Victoria Square is a grade II listed building, built in Baroque Revival style between 1903–09 by Hull's City architect Joseph Hirst. We were contracted to carry out a full internal redecoration of the main entrance way, staircases, lobbies, main bar and toilets.
The project involved the complete external redecoration and internal redecoration of the main staircase, hall and circulation areas. In order to carry out the redecoration, we had to remove and rehang the wallpaper, including picking out ceiling beams/bosses in feature colours. The staircase required a full “birdcage” scaffold to be erected to execute the work in a safe manner. The work took two months to complete.
A Dulux paint system was specified with William Morris wall paper manufactured by Sanderson. All the ceiling features were gold leafed as part the work.