WM Dyer Electrical show they’re top of the town during continued success in their works at Bolton Town Hall

WM Dyer Electrical show they’re top of the town during continued success in their works at Bolton Town Hall

Since beginning works on the Grade II Listed Building in the heart of Bolton, WM Dyer have excelled in continuing to deliver Mechanical and Electrical Works on time and on budget. As an employer looking to invest in the community, their Apprentices are also out to impress.


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Since works began on the renovation of Bolton Town Hall in January 2016, WM Dyer have again delivered ahead of schedule and impressed with their commitment to the works in hand.
Working in line with the Standard Method of Measurement (SMM7), 24 scheme approved works are set to be completed by 10th December 2016.
WM Dyer have been responsible for carrying out the following works:
  • Foul Drainage above Ground
  • Cold Water
  • Hot Water
  • Natural Gas
  • Low Temperature Hot Water Heating
  • Local Cooling Units
  • Ventilation
  • Electricity Generation Plant
  • LV Supply/ Public Utility
  • LV Distribution
  • General Lighting
  • Emergency Lighting
  • Street/Area/Flood Lighting
  • Telecommunications
  • Public Address/Sound amplification
  • Facilities for the disabled
  • CCTV
  • Access Control
  • Security Detection and alarm
  • Fire Detection and alarm
  • Earthling Bonding EMC measures & Surge
  • Lightning Protection
  • Central Control/ Building management system
  • Structured Cabling System
As part of WM Dyer’s commitment to the community, their two apprentices have also been involved in the works.
Samuel Liptrot of Over Hulton, Bolton and Ashley Leigh of Ince, Wigan respectively have been engaged for the Bolton Albert Halls project, not only to fulfil contract obligations but to meet the needs of William Dyers Electrical in expanding resource requirements.
Both have impressed internal and external colleagues with their enthusiastic nature and their willingness to help all colleagues whilst learning a new trade on site. They have both received recognition from their peers for their work endeavours, whilst learning practical skills as part of the qualification.  On completion of the 4-year course, both will be awarded with an Advanced Level Apprenticeship in Electrical Installation (Building And Structures) for the Building Services Engineering sector.  Samuel & Ashley have received great feedback in their first year and are expected to excel if they continue to work hard and show the commitment they have so far.
By all accounts, it has been great to have young local talent being involved in the future-proofing of such a monumental building in the town.
The £1.6 million project is due to be completed in December.
Dave Bradley of WM Dyer Electrical said:
“We are extremely proud to be associated with the remedial and upgrade works to Bolton Town Hall. We are now looking forward to seeing the project completed, which will make a significant statement to the users of the facility.”
Find out more about WM Dyer Electrical at www.wmdyer.co.uk
Email info@wmdyer.co.uk

 

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