A new project is set to commence at Springhill House in Moneymore, which is a 17th-century plantation house owned by the National Trust. The restoration work will involve the refurbishment of a Grade A listed building, including:
- Mechanical & electrical upgrades, and associated builder’s works.
- External drainage works.
- Repair of rainwater goods.
- Removal of sanitary facilities.
Sean Mullen, Contracts Director at QMAC Construction, commented,
“We are delighted to have secured a contract with the National Trust, which is widely recognised as the leading organisation for managing heritage conservation buildings. As a recognised heritage contractor, we have successfully carried out many restoration projects in recent years. We very much looking forward to working on this building. Work is planned to start on site on 8th January and be complete by late-March”.
The client’s key consultants involved in the project include:
Architect / Contract Administrator: Consarc Design Group
Principal Designer: Consarc Design Group
Quantity surveyor: Consarc Design Group
Mechanical & Electrical Engineer: Semple & McKillop Ltd
To step back in time and learn more about Springhill House, click below to view a short video.