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Retro refit

A pioneering Grade II* listed concrete building from the 1930s is being externally restored under the supervision of the Building Performance Group. Designed by influential Australian architect Raymond McGrath and completed in 1937, St Ann's Court in Surrey features a circle-based layout and one of the earliest uses of architectural boardmarked finishes. Sika's Ferrogard 903 will be applied externally to deal with any corrosion in the concrete, BPG says. Munkenbeck and Marshall is responsible for the internal refurbishment.

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