QMAC is committed to producing projects to the highest standard in the education sector. With a requirement for modern premises to accommodate newer teaching methods, we appreciate that it is important that the facilities are also safe and enable children to enjoy themselves.
We work across an increasingly varied and diverse education sector, with requirements constantly changing from heritage restoration to modernisation. We have a strong track record across education and delivering within the sector to the highest standard.
QMAC successfully delivered, on time and within budget, a £1.7m high specification refurbishment/reconfiguration to Block E of the existing ground floor incorporating; Student Union, training rooms, dining/kitchen, general accommodation and second floor staff area & corporate meeting areas. The University remained open throughout the duration of the tight 24 week programme including catering facilities sandwiched on the first
floor of Block E.
This project consisted of the strip out, part demolition and refurbishment of a four storey listed building located in the heart of Queens University’s main campus. The building has new state of the art mechanical and electrical systems. The building fabric was enhanced by way of total floor by floor reconfiguration to provide cellular double and multi occupancy suites. Particular emphasis was placed on the retention of existing components such as original oak flooring and exposed wooden structural trusses. New joinery throughout the complete building along with new welfare and kitchen facilities completed the internal refurbishment of the project. This project was completed and handover in two phases with the first being the total refurbishment of the Emeleus Lecture theatre.
QMAC successfully delivered, on time, and within budget the refurbishment works at Limavady Central Primary School. The works consist of minor classroom store extension, forming an additional store room within the existing classroom and the installation of pre-fabricated canopy, fenced in covered play area with associated mechanical and electrical modifications and external works and drainage.
The works involved the provision of necessary remedial works to the gable peaks of the McArthur Hall Building, an architecturally important building within the Methodist College Estate.