The Municipal Building, Dale Street, Liverpool

The Municipal Building, Dale Street, Liverpool

Date: 18 January, 2021 | Author: Administrator

WJ Structures Ltd are now pleased to formally announce our operations on the Municipal Project, Dale Street, Liverpool. 

In working partnership with Russell's Ltd we were awarded the structural alterations contract and made a start well before Christmas. I wanted to dedicate enough to time to write about this project and give it the credit it truly deserves!

This famous grade II* listed building in Liverpool city centre was built between the period of 1862 - 1868 with an Italian/French renaissance style architecture. It was designated as a world heritage site in 1966 according to records.

We have been commissioned by the main contractor Russell's Ltd to carry out extensive structural alteration works within the building envelope including but not limited to - Plaster, ceiling lathe and lead paint removal, Structural alterations/steel installations to alter existing and form new openings. Demolition and forming BWIC openings ready for M&E trades. 

This large scope of work serves to alter the building envelope to make way for the clients plans to convert the Municipal building, which was a former office for the town council, into a 4*, 180 room luxury boutique hotel.

This project will potentially mark a milestone within our 13 years trading as potentially our largest contract award to date. We are proud to be working alongside Russell's to bring this project into fruition.