Conservation Projects at Wynne Construction

Wynne Construction is an experienced contractor when it comes to the extra special care required for specialist heritage and conservation schemes. Conservation schemes and works to historic and listed buildings require a far greater degree of understanding and a vigilant approach to ensure optimum satisfaction at their conclusion.


Bee and Station: Rhyl

Wynne Construction has been awarded the Bee and Station contract by Denbighshire County Council. The project involves the transformation of a derelict Grade II listed pub into 515m2 of new office space. The Bee is in a prominent location opposite the entrance to the town's railway station and is the first building people see when they arrive in Rhyl by train.

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Bodelwyddan Castle: Denbighshire

Bodelwyddan Castle is home to several important national treasures, supplied by the National Portrait Gallery, the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Royal Academy of Arts. The Castle underwent an extensive £2.5m refurbishment to restore it to its former Victorian splendour. Repairs were necessary to the external fabric of the building. These included new slate roofs, stonework restoration, and the replacement and refurbishment of windows and doors.

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St Hilary's Terrace & Leicester Terrace: Denbigh

Initiated by Denbigh Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI), this scheme offered homeowners living in the conservation area grant funding to carry out external improvements to their properties. Lying in the shadow of Denbigh's historic castle, St. Hilary's Terrace and Leicester Terrace have undergone external enveloping works.

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Ty'n Rhyl

The renovation of Ty'n Rhyl (the oldest house in Rhyl - dating back to 1672) was carried out in association with the South West Rhyl Area Group Renewal Scheme and required close liaison with the owners, the conservation architect and Denbighshire County Council.

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Blind Veterans UK: Llandudno Centre

The Blind Veterans UK (formerly St Dunstan's) project involved the complete renovation and alteration of the existing Grade II listed four-storey building and the construction of a new three-storey extension to provide 40 en-suite bedrooms, 14 care rooms and facilities including residential lounges, dining rooms, bar, gymnasium, therapy suites, craft rooms, workshops, new kitchens and administration offices. This initial work included a complete strip out of the building and extensive demolition to the ground floor areas to accommodate the new kitchens, dining facilities and workshops; with the installation of 20 tonnes of new structural steel supports.

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Denbighshire County Council's Housing & Area Renewal Section has been working with Wynne Construction Ltd for approximately 12 years carrying out grant aided repairs and adaptations to housing in the private sector. The company demonstrates the same commitment and care to programme approach, quality of the finished project and reliability to each and every project. This commitment to professionalism and client care radiates throughout all levels of their personnel and their approach to Health and Safety matters is second to none.

Carol Evans - Principal Area Renewal Officer Denbighshire County Council

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