Structural Surveys and Engineer Reports: Saving the 17th century baronial barn
Updated: Feb 24, 2020
Vaulty Manor is a beautiful 17th Century barn in the middle of the Essex countryside that prides itself on being a versatile and stunning venue that is steeped in 800 years of history. Though the purpose of the site has varied over the centuries, today it lends itself to being a stunning wedding venue and a multi-purpose conference centre.
EAP were asked to advise on the suggested works at Vaulty Manor at the end of 2019, after some issues had arisen with the roof of one of the barns. Our team carried out structural surveys and engineer reports last year and submitted plans to rectify the issues. The recommended works have got underway this month (January 2020) and will continue into the spring. The works are being undertaken predominantly by the team at Cadmans Group.
Works will be ongoing for the next few months to re-purpose one of the barns, secure the structure and deal with the previous roof issues. EAP will be onsite throughout the next few weeks to see how the work is progressing. We will provide updates via our News section and social media channels as and when we can, so please keep checking back.