Queens House

Brief Description Of Works

The jewel in the Greenwich crown, The Queen’s House. Inigo Jones’s architectural masterpiece re-opened to visitors following extensive refurbishment to celebrate its 400th anniversary with a major new art display.

The House within its setting of Maritime Greenwich, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From its origins as a royal residence, is now home to the National Maritime Museum’s vast painting collection.

T.Gunning Ltd, working on behalf of Royal Museums Greenwich, were very fortunate to be selected to complete  the refurbishment and redecoration of 7 rooms to be restored to their former royal splendour ready to be filled with great art representing 400 years in preparation for the 400th anniversary celebrations.

Key Points

Dedicated Contracts/Site Manager.

Agreed “Out of Hours” working programme enabling the works to complete before planned completion enabling earlier client occupation of the rooms to the benefit of all.

Competent and professional, considerate and thoughtful to the effective and professional delivery of the contract.


Royal Museums Greenwich


Internal Refurbishment and Redecoration at The Queens House

Contract Value


Key Role

Principle Contractor
Visit Project
  • October 18, 2016