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New Joiners Workshop Opens

D & G Builders & Joiners Ltd have now opened a new joiners workshop to compliment the work carried out on site.

The new workshop is a much larger facility that allows the work to progress through its production stages including, main machine room, Framing / Finishing Room, Storage areas, Dust Extraction Plant (Fully Automated) Dispatch Area.

the Facility has been provided with complete new lighting, & heating systems, New ventilation and clean air extraction to the latest standards

 

 

Euxton Health Centre Gets A Face Lift

D & G Builders have just completed a full refurbishment of Euxton Health Centre.

The contract ran from December 2011 until June 2012 and included an extension providing further Doctors Consulting rooms and a complete renovation of the PCT,s rooms within the building.

Tom Currie Site Manager said that it was a challenging scheme due to the fact that the users still occupied the building and services to the local community still needed to be maintained.

The staff in the centre have been great to work with and have made a difficult job a lot easier.

 

The Bridge

D&G Builders have just completed a new refurbishment with Cronshaw Electrical and CPL Plumbing on The Bridge for Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust to provide IT Facilities for the Trust

The facility will ensure that there is sufficient space and capacity for the Trust to operate its large IT network across its sites

 

New Church Extension

Midge Hall Methodist Church has just enjoyed its first wedding with the new extension that D&G Builders have carried out.

The works consisted of a new front extension and internal refurbishment works, the challenge was to have the extension tie into the existing building without being obvious that it was a bolt on

The Church Members are delighted with the end result and are now enjoying the benefits of the extra space it has provided.

 

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