The iconic Tower Centre in Ballymena is undergoing a refurbishment including extensions to retail units, changes to layout, improved aesthetics and exterior facades. Cleary Contracting is proud to be the principle contractor for the project. The reconfiguration of the shopping centre aims to encourage new retailers to take shops in the centre.
Civic Building set to serve the public for many years to come… “The Civic Building is now on a par with other key council administrative buildings in the borough, which have been significantly enhanced as part of an ongoing modernisation programme.” Among the many improvements are new double-glazed windows, external doors and ventilation and air-conditioning… Continue reading Banbridge Council buildings
Cleary Contracting carried out refurbishments and new lift installation at the Stormont Buildings under strict rules for the Grade II listed building. The building must continue to function no matter whats happening so reduced noise levels and dust extraction was a major task. Known as Stormont because of its location in the Stormont area of… Continue reading Stormont Parliament Buildings refurbishment
Carrickfergus Waterfront is an area of Carrickfergus situated on the north shore of Belfast Lough, which includes two harbour facilities, several restaurants and bars and promenade areas. The harbour features a 258-metre quay which is a popular area for fishing and short leisurely walks (especially in the case of tourists to the town). Carrickfergus Marina… Continue reading Carrickfergus Promenade Upgrade
Carrickfergus Town Hall is a Grade B listed building which was built in 1779 and was originally the town’s courthouse and gaol. It took on it’s current use of Town Hall in 1935. The town hall hosts many events throughout the year, a diverse mix such as school poetry reading competitions, blood donation point, tea… Continue reading Carrickfergus Town Hall
The scheme involved the demolition and removal of the gable end of the existing workshop, excavating off-site before forming a new base below existing ground level. NIR York Road Running Repair Extension Details: Client Name: Translink Project Details: Extension of existing 3 number maintenance pits and workshop drainage into new extension; formed new workshop floor… Continue reading NI Rail’s York Road Repair Shop Extension and Parking.
Located beside the main arterial routes to Belfast and Dublin and have a diverse range of facilities. Standing at 65 acres this fantastic venue is situated only one mile from Sprucefield Retail Park off Junction seven on the M1 motorway. With an ideal location including excellent links to two major cities, Belfast and Lisburn and… Continue reading Eikon – Northern Ireland Exhibition Centre.
Client Name: Department of Finance & Pesonnel (DFP NI) Project Details: New build category A office building. ‘Rapid Build’ construction on site. The building consisted of 24 pre-fabricated sections delivered and craned into position. Central lift core and stairs constructed from blockwork. Building external fabric consisted of Kingspan insulated composite roof cladding, external wall cladding in… Continue reading Category A Office building Belfast.
Structural strengthening is the process of upgrading structures to improve performance under existing loads or to increase the strength of structural members to carry additional loads. The need for structural strengthening is commonly driven by building codes, deterioration, change in use, or deficiencies caused by design and/or construction errors.
Work to be done on the outside of the building includes the complete replacement of the main roof coverings and the repairing and re-pointing of walls and stonework, while new paving is to be installed in the grotto area, which is dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes. St Mary’s, in Chapel Lane in the city… Continue reading St. Mary’s Belfast Restoration