Moat Brae House Restoration

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3b Construction are in the final phases of the reinforced concrete works associated with Moat Brae House in the centre of Dumfries. The works entailed various RC foundations and walls and a challenging structure to the west wing. This comprised of a waterproof RC basement structure between two buildings with stepped and sloping soffit slabs along with a 4 storey lift and stair core adjacent to the existing gable of Moat Brae House. The next step is to shutter in-situ 6 flights of stairs and landings within the stair core along with a suspended roof slab.

This significant property dates back to 1823 and at one time it was known as ‘Number One Dumfries’ The property has been acknowledged by J.M Barrie as the inspiration for his famous and legendary story Peter Pan.

3b Construction are proud to have been involved in bringing this historic Georgian townhouse back to its former glory.