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Town or city  Bristol
Completed  1831
Opened  1831
Architect  Charles Dyer
Country  England
Client  Charles Pinney
Phone  +44 117 906 4800
Engineers House
Address  The Promenade, Clifton Down, Avon, Bristol BS8 3NB, UK
Similar  Clifton Down, Georgian House - Bristol, Victoria Rooms - Bristol, Clifton Observatory, Cabot Tower - Bristol

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The Engineers House is a historic building, previously known as Camp House, on The Promenade, Clifton Down, Bristol, England. It has been designated as a Grade II* listed building.

It was built in 1831 by Charles Dyer for Charles Pinney, who became mayor of Bristol, serving during the Reform Bill riots of 1831.

The neoclassical tow-storey limestone building has a symmetrical front in the centre of which is a pedimented portico with tuscan on ionic columns with a balcony above.

It is now used as offices, a training centre and a conference venue. In 2015 it achieved a green charter mark for the way in energy and waste are managed to reduce the carbon footprint of the building.


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