- Client: St. Mary's Church
- Architect: Richard Hurley & Associates
- Quantity Surveyor: John Skelly
- Duration: February 2010 - December 2010
- Contract value: £0.8M
The project involved the refurbishment of St. Mary’s Church, a protected structure.
The project consisted of the demolition, alterations and extension including removal and renewal of the Church and Sacristy floor slab, together with various alteration, refurbishment and re-decoration works, heating, plumbing and electrical works, site paving and all associated site works and services.
External out houses including toilets, stores and a boiler house were demolished to make way for the construction of a new Adoration Chapel with toilet blocks, new boiler house, reinforced concrete retaining wall and disabled access ramp.
The construction was a traditional build and contained flat roofs to the boiler house and toilet block while the adoration chapel received a flat roof and a copper domed construction containing a clerestory window.