MEB Design sensitively investigate the Grade 2 Listed Ebenezer Chapel in Luton to identify the repairs and restoration needed.
Located in Luton, Ebenezer Chapel is a Grade 2 Listed neo-classical building dating from the 1870s. However, the main façade suffers from significant deterioration, with spalling and decaying stonework and render, coupled with substantial water ingress issues behind the parapet and within the structure. MEB Design were appointed to thoroughly assess and determine the required repairs.
The MEB Design team including Mark Eddison, Steve Marstrand, and Ollie Summersell carried out a site visit to the Chapel to identify the construction methods used to form the arched window reveals. This process involved stripping back layers of the building’s facade to reveal a series of segmented stone and brick arches.
By identifying how the church was built, MEB Design can sensitively restore the building to its original design.
As members of the AABC register, MEB Design boasts a wealth of experience on restoration projects involving Listed Buildings. Our expertise ensures comprehensive support for clients throughout the design and construction phases.
Below are a series of photos documenting the process involved in the Ebenezer Chapel exploration: