WM Dyer Electrical complete works on Bolton Albert Halls
The £6.5 million scheme to revamp Bolton Albert Halls has been completed on time and on budget.
Work on the Grade II listed building including creating improved conference and wedding facilities has now been completed.
Earlier works took place to remove asbestos and patch repairs of the external stonework of the iconic building.
WM Dyer Electrical have undertaken 24 approved scheme works on the project including Heating, Ventilation, Lighting, CCTV, Security and Cabling works.
Due to the buildings listed status, all works had to be planned and carried out to perfection to keep in line with the aesthetic of the building and to ensure no damage was made to the structure or protected articles.
Having worked on several listed buildings in the past, WM Dyer Electrical had a great amount of knowledge and experience, enabling them to plan and carry out the works efficiently and on time.
WM Dyer Electrical also involved their Apprentice Electricians in the works. Not only was it great to get young aspiring tradespeople from the local area involved in a local project, but also a great way to train the next generation on maintaining historic buildings the correct way moving into the future.
William Dyer, Managing Director said:
“We’re really pleased with the result at the Albert Halls. As with any project involving a listed building, it always presents new challenges in both the planning and actual works. We enjoy working on projects like the Albert Halls as it enables us to make use of the knowledge and the skills held by the whole team at WM Dyer Electrical to deliver a great result”