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Carrybridge RNLI Station

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Client RNLI
Architect Todd Architects
Value £600k

Carrybridge is the first inland RNLI station, built to serve Upper Lough Erne.

The station houses the launching tractor and associated equipment, crew changing facilties, a workshop, office and training room. The project included the provision of a new in situ concrete ramp to aid the launch of the inshore rescue craft.

Sustainable M&E systems installed include a ground source heat pump, solar panels and energy efficient lighting.

When the building was handed over, Derek Potter, RNLI Divisional Technical Manager said "...we are delighted with both the design and quality of the building."