Crystal Palace Park Farm, London
The survey of the Crystal Palace Park Farm was a major undertaking that included the nearby Crystal Palace Museum and grounds.
Appointed by London based Architectural practice, Fielden Fowles, our comprehensive brief included Topographical Surveying, Utilities Surveying, and Measured Building Surveying. We delivered a series of detailed site plans presenting natural and manmade features on, around and below the site.
There were a few surprise obstacles during the site work including the inquisitive behaviour of Ponies and Alpacas.
“The farm re-opened to the public in April 2008 and now provides facilities for members of the local community who are interested in developing their skills and knowledge in animal care and welfare. Its facilities are used to enhance the curriculum offer available in local schools, by providing day visits for up to three thousand school children a year.”