Florida State University

99 Great Russell Street is the home of Florida State University’s London Study Centre, a Grade II Listed Georgian terraced townhouse constructed circa 1960. Originally built by Thomas Tufton, the Earl of Thanet, as his grand terrace home (Thanet House), comprising a basement with four storeys – the fourth storey being a 19th century addition. Works were designed to restore and preserve the traditional historic features of the building.

Our works included:

  • Remedial work to gauged brick arches on rear elevation.
  • Helibeam structural reinforcement system to stabilise brickwork over openings.
  • Helibar crack stitch using single strand stainless steel bars set in grout to isolated areas.
  • Tie and pin back brick arches using dryfix ties.
  • Resin injection using Crackbond TE to brickwork fractures.
  • Locally point defective joints to isolated areas in lime mortar to match original.
  • All remedial work areas ‘sootwashed’ to match surrounding brickwork.
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Florida State University


London, WC1


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