WM Dyer Electrical contribute to Bolton Market refurbishment

WM Dyer Electrical contribute to Bolton Market refurbishment

WM Dyer Electrical worked alongside Willmott Dixon, after they were appointed by Bolton Council to deliver the £4.5 million Bolton Market refurbishment scheme

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William Dyer Electrical UK Ltd have extensive experience with retail and refurbishment projects, with the company delivering more than 30 retail and 110 refurbishment projects in the last five years. Work to redevelop the market started in 2013.

William Dyer Electrical UK Ltd undertook the full electrical and mechanical installations to the new Lifestyle Hall and installed a 50KW solar PV system to the market roof (pictured below).
bolton market roof


The leader of Bolton Council, Councilor Cliff Morris, said:

“We are delighted to have appointed Willmott Dixon and their partners to redevelop Bolton Market as they have a long and successful track record with retail and refurbishment projects like this. They have worked on many retail projects in the North West which have required the sites to be remodelled similar to what we’re doing in Bolton.

“We are now working closely with them on this project which will make our market even better. The market is one of our main shopping destinations and while work is underway it will still be open for business as usual, and we will make every effort to minimise disruption.”


The Bolton Market scheme builds on the quality and strength of its food offer. Improvements that will take place include: refurbishing the roof on the fish market; replacing the roof on the eastern hall, which houses the non-food section; introducing additional indoor food stalls and a seating area in the eastern hall; and repairing the roof over the western hall, which contains the fresh fruit and vegetable traders. The outdoor market will be moved to New Street closer to the planned new transport interchange.


William Dyer, Managing Director said:

“We are again delighted to have worked alongside Willmott Dixon and to be involved in such an important project to the community.”


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