Ferris Painting Contractors was procured by The National Trust to undertake the external redecoration & repair to Mottisfont Abbey in Hampshire – an Historical Priory and Country Estate, along with the redecoration of a number of National Trust cottages located within the estate.
Ferris Painting have a successful track record of working with the National Trust and had previously demonstrated that our management and staff can work in a sensitive and considerate manner when working on a Building of National importance whilst working within the immediate vicinity of the General Public.
The project involved the external redecoration and repair to
Mottisfont Abbey and cottages.
What did Ferris achieve?
A safely executed project – Mottisfont Abbey and gardens was open to the General Public between the hours of 10.00 am and 5 pm daily, and safe working practice was paramount when working in their vicinity.
A well-executed project ensuring the key tasks – scaffolding /decoration/repair were performed to a tight schedule and programme in order to avoid contact with the General Public.
Enabled Mottisfont Abbey to remain open/operational whilst the works were undertaken.
How did Ferris help?
Ferris Management and Staff worked closely with the National Trust and Mottisfont Abbey Staff in order to carefully plan and execute the works to ensure that the House remained fully operational during Opening hours.