Dyrham Park, National Trust, consists of a Grade I Listed Mansion, completed in 1698, set in a 270 acre ancient deer park.

FMA has worked for the National Trust at Dyrham, since 1998. Initially we explored options for the relocation of the visitor reception and car park.

We then undertook a scheme for the new car park and visitor reception in a discrete location in the deer park.

Since we have undertaken various repairs and alterations to the house including forming new apartments, staircase and new visitor routes.

We have undertaken quinquennials of the Estate buildings and the Mansion.

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