Civic, Municipal & other Public Buildings Projects at Wynne Construction
Wynne Construction has completed a number of projects for public authorities for civic, municipal and other public buildings working closely with clients and their partners. We have worked in these sectors for many years on new builds, redevelopments and refurbishments.
The Waterfront Hotspot project was awarded by Conwy County Borough Council to build a new single storey Watersports Centre, which will offer a cafe/bistro, educational and conference facilities, changing rooms, retail unit and workshop. The building will also include a rooftop viewing area, park and events space.
Wynne Construction has been awarded the latest development and refurbishment project by St David's Hospice of Llandudno. Funded through the Hospice's Helping Hands appeal, this project involves improving accommodation and facilities for the relatives, patients, visitors and staff to the hospice.
Wynne Construction was awarded the contract by the Abergele Parochial Church Council to build a new community centre on the site of the existing St David's Church in Pensarn. The latter was a corrugated steel church built on the site in 1880 as a temporary building but whose life span had far exceeded the expectations of those who built it!
A stand-alone extension to the front of the existing council office main entrance, the purpose of the building was to provide a 'meet and greet' area, with a feeling of space and light.
The conversion of part of the existing leisure centre to form a Youth Centre involved the installation of a mezzanine floor to an existing squash court to form a seminar room on the first floor and a youth activity room on the ground floor. The former spectator gallery to the first floor was converted into a computer suite with alterations in the remaining areas providing an office, kitchen/refreshment's area as well as the refurbishment of the existing toilets and installation of a chair lift
The scheme with the support of European URBAN II funding was to build the centre, now known as Plas Pentwyn, on the site of the old Penygelli Junior School.