Wynne Construction was appointed by ION Developments (formerly Neptune) and in partnership with Denbighshire County Council to refurbish the Rhyl Sky Tower and the external refurbishment of the Rhyl Pavilion. Improvements to the 240ft structure and the popular Pavilion theatre are part of the wide multi-millon pound regeneration project for the town.
The Sky Tower has now become a beacon for the town seafront and the Pavilion has a new façade on the side of the building that used to join up to the Sun Centre, repainting and recladding of the main Theatre building and a new entrance foyer created.
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Work started on site in March 2017 and was completed in October 2017
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