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The Construction & Procurement team at Cleaver Fulton Rankin are pleased to be involved in the partial demolition and redevelopment of Dundonald International Ice Bowl, which, having been in the pipeline for a number of years, shall be commencing on site in the near future.
Patrick Fleming, Director and Paul Tohill, Associate, of Cleaver Fulton Rankin’s leading Construction & Procurement team have been advising Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council on all aspects of the procurement, construction and commercial contracts for the redevelopment, and have been working alongside our Real Estate and Planning & Environmental teams who have also been advising the Council.
The redevelopment plans have now been approved, and will see Dundonald International Ice Bowl partially demolished to make way for a new Olympic size ice rink, ten pin bowling facility, and children’s soft play area, as well as a primary healthcare facility including a pharmacy and GP surgery. In addition, there will also be a new gymnasium, office space, food outlets and general support accommodation. During this redevelopment, it is anticipated that the Ice Bowl will remain in operation to the public. With the existing Ice Bowl having opened in 1986, the revamp will be of significance importance to both the local and wider community in Northern Ireland.
Patrick Fleming, Director and Head of the Construction & Procurement team at Cleaver Fulton Rankin adds:
“This is an exciting and sustainable development project for Northern Ireland, and I am pleased to have been involved in its progression over the past few years. Our Construction & Procurement team, assisted by other specialist teams here at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, advised the Council on all aspects of the procurement of the project as well as the highly bespoke construction contracts and various associated commercial contracts relating to the Ice Bowl’s redevelopment and operation. The project highlights the team’s expertise in advising on large scale, complex public sector projects and we look forward to seeing this important development progress and benefit the community in future. Being a world class facility, the redevelopment of the Ice Bowl will also significantly contribute to tourism here in Northern Ireland in future.”
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