Sector: Industrial & Manufacturing

King Edward Mine Museum Redevelopment

Project Description

The project comprised of the conservation and conversion to good quality workplaces of two Grade II* listed buildings, referred to as

The Count House Complex and The Carpenters’ Shop at the King Edward Mine, Troon, near Camborne, Cornwall

The site lies within, and makes a very significant contribution to, the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape, World Heritage Site

The scheme included delivered a variety of workspace format options. There are seven flexible units ranging from 18 to 122m² in the Count House and three similar units ranging from 38 to
73m² in the Carpenter’s Shop providing workshop and office use, circulation space and WC provision.

The King Edward Mine at Camborne, Cornwall, is wholly owned by the Camborne School of Mines, part of Exeter University