Infrastructure projects

Summary below of some of the projects the Infra Team are currently working on or have recently completed, as of April 2019:

ATC Projects

We received funding to the amount of £394,620.00 for internal and refurbishment works to the following ATC Sqns; Maghull 2348 Sqn ATC, Ormskirk 1026 Sqn ATC, Wallasey 273 Sqn ATC, Hoylake 472 Sqn ATC, Widnes 310 Sqn ATC, Chester 610 Sqn ATC. Typical works include internal and external redecoration, replacement of sanitary ware, replacement of floor covering and replacement kitchen. All works are now complete or near completion.

Priority Based Funding Injection Projects

We received funding to the amount of £521,000.00 for 7 projects across the NW RFCA Estate. The following works are all now completed;

  • Roof replacement and repairs to Warrington ARC including external repointing works and weatherproofing including internal repairs
  • Replacement of roof to rear of Kings Road ARC including internal repairs
  • Replacement of flat roof to rear of Alamein Barracks including internal repairs
  • Overlcad of roof to garage bays at Jubilee Barracks
  • New access control system and automation of vehicle and pedestrian gates and external lighting at MUOTC
  • Replacement of flat roof at Sefton Mess Altcar Army Training Camp including internal repairs
  • Essential repairs to Ardwick Green ARC roof lights

Aigburth Road Sale of Land Projects

The successful contractor has now been appointed for the project works. The works include the conversion of garage to gymnasium with ablutions, conversion of first floor to Mess to multifunction conference suite with bar facility, conversion of top floor mess to classroom and office space for ACF. Works are now booked into start May 19 with a 20 week contract period. Over clad of garage roof and new access control system to main vehicle and pedestrian gates are complete.

Navy Funded Projects

  • Replacement of passenger lift at HMS Eaglet, contractor appointed and works to commence May 19
  • Replacement of front entrance revolving door. The front entrance revolving door will two new sets of automated doors creating a new entrance area. The doors will provide greater security and control of those entering the building, it will also improve the entrance to the site from a aesthetical appearance. Further works to enhance the entrance to the site have been completed which include redecoration to external steelwork and chemical jet washing to the perimeter of the main building
  • Essential berthing repairs which include replacement ramps, anti-slip board and handrails and redecoration
  • Full refurbishment of ablutions at MUOTC, works include reconfiguration of shower areas, new sanitary ware and showers throughout. New ceiling system with LED lighting and full redecoration and replacement floor coverings
Reserve Forces