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Building 104, Ebrington Barracks

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Client The Executive Office
Architect Mullarkey Pedersen
Value £1.3m
Contract Period 11 months
Listed Building Reference HB01/09/002AA

This project was for refurbishment of the former accommodation block at Ebrington Barracks, the building was originally constructed between 1895 and 1904.

This was a design and build project. We, along with our design team, worked closely in conjunction with our client and their representatives in delivering a highquality end product constructed within the appropriate timeframe within the confines of the original budget.

 

'Building 104” works included: 

·  Demolition of small outshot to rear centre of the building

·   New internal masonry wall constructed to form new hallway

·   Extension to be built in place of demolished building. Building makeup consisted of brick plinth, zinc cladding sandwiched between curtain walling.

    A new flat, felt roof covered this extension.

·   The existing roof was stripped of its original slates, ridge tiles, lath and felt and refitted with salvaged Bangor Blue slates.

·   Existing PVC windows were removed and replaced with new timber sliding sash windows.

·   Existing external doors were replaced.

·   Repairs were made to any structural timbers within the building itself upon further inspection by specialists.

·   Complete new M&E installations and Plant Room.

·   New internal office space constructed primarily using stud partitions and suspended ceilings.

·   2nr new escape staircases were installed to each side of the building.

·   Passenger lift installed.

·   Complete redecoration of the entire interior with new floor finishes, lime plaster repairs and tiling.

·   Site works included the introduction of additional foul/storm drainage.

·   New paved areas constructed for access with glass balustrading.

·   Surfacing to footpath and occupants carpark.

·   Extensive planting and shrubbery

Tight control of Health and Safety led to zero accidents or incidents on site during construction.

A specialist subcontractor undertook the asbestos removal works and provided an air clearance certificate on completion of this work