QMAC is dedicated to the provision of quality, high-grade sports and leisure facilities for our clients in the sector. As with other sectors such as education and health, we appreciate that the key to delivering on quality sports premises is practicality and safety.
We have worked on a number of projects that include accommodation, leisure facilities and swimming pools. We have always delivered on time and to a high specification with zero defects.
The work comprised of the construction of Sports Hub, Sports Hall Workspace Units, Playgroup, Theatre and Youth Club. The works further included significant infrastructure including extension and refurbishment of existing car park and the creation and refurbishment of pedestrian walkways. The scheme also included hard and soft landscaping and the creation of a child’s play area to facilitate a playgroup as tenants of the workspace units.
The construction works were completed over a phased programme and included ongoing use by the football club of the existing facilities. Associated car parking was also provided and a traffic management plan was implemented which included a contingency plan for match days including provision for emergency access.
The works comprised of the refurbishment of the existing building and provision of a new extension to provide a new multi-purpose sports hall. Changing facilities were also provided to include tiled floor and wall finished, Blucher internal drainage system along with adaptations for new connections, vanity units, modesty panels and lockers.
A new bitmac hardstanding area was provided around the external of the building.
Traffic management plan was provided to ensure deliveries were scheduled for off peak times as the site was situated on a busy road in Omagh.
The works included the provision of a new club building on behalf of the Millennium Development Committee of the Larne Bowling & Tennis Club. It involved the demolition of the majority of the existing building with the remainder of the building being incorporated into the new works.
The accommodation was sharply presented in keeping with the standing of the club and sense of aesthetic and place the development sought to establish. The entire club grounds received new paladin fencing by way of security.
It is of some note that the club continued to function normally during the currency of the contract within the existing grounds.