Hall Conservation is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for a PMSA Marsh Award for Excellence in Conservation for our work on Blue Coat stone figures, Rotherhithe. Many congratulations to everyone who worked on the project and to all the other many talented people shortlisted.
Brian Hall commented “It’s a great honour to be shortlisted for this prodigious award, especially when you look at the other people and projects on the two shortlists. We’re look forward to the evening of the 8th November. Thank you to the PMSA.”
PMSA’s MARSH AWARDS
The 2017 Shortlists
FOR EXCELLENCE IN CONSERVATION
Blue Coat stone figures, Rotherhithe, Conservation by Hall Conservation.
The Perseus & Andromeda Fountain by William Andrews Nesfield. Conservation by Sally Strachey Historic Conservation Ltd.
FOR EXCELLENCE IN PUBLIC SCULPTURE
His Mind’s Eye Tree by Jill Berelowitz
Iraq and Afghanistan Wars Memorial by Paul Day
Four brick relief sculptures by Rodney Harris and Valda Jackson
Mary Seacole by Martin Jennings
Women of Steel by Martin Jennings
Oatlands Girl by Rob Mulholland
Known and Unknown (International Asbestos Memorial) by Jephson Robb
The Great War Memorial by Lee Simmons
Origin by Julian Wild
Winners in both categories will be announced at a ceremony in Central London on Wednesday 8th November 2017.
For more details about the restoration of the Blue Coat figures see their own project entry on our website.