Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge

Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge


Project Description: As part of the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Big Lottery Fund under the Parks for People programme the £3.1m Scheme during a phased programme of works over the past 18 months, saw major restoration work to a number of areas in the park, including the historic Grade II listed gates, the war memorial, the bandstand and heath pool, in additional to this Interclass Plc undertook works on the alterations and refurbishment to the existing site lodge which was to be modified to create a new tea room, provision for a croquet and bowls huts together with associated mechanical and electrical works.

Client View: “As the project manager of the restoration project I was very impressed with Interclass. Mark Pugh was an excellent site manager and kept me informed of all the progress and any issues arising. I really appreciated his honesty when anything did not go to plan and his approach to putting things right. His attention to detail and problem solving was excellent. He managed the supply chain well. I would have no problem whatsoever with recommending Interclass to potential clients”.

Ian Baggott, Project Manager of Dudley MBC

“We work regularly with Interclass and are planning to continue to work with them” Mark Newall, Partner of Baart Harries Newall Architects

“Overall a good project to be involved in, with good site management which resulted in a High Quality finished building”. Thomas Levitt, Quantity Surveyor Bridgwater and Coulton Ltd

Project Description

Client: Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council
Location: Stourbridge
Value: £405,327.55
Architect: Baart Harries Newall