Tracey Brothers are delighted to have been shortlisted as a finalist in the prestigious Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) Awards 2022.
Our South West College Erne Campus is the first educational building worldwide to achieve the highest international standard in environmental constructions – PassivHaus Premium and BREEAM Outstanding – and has now made it to the final three in the CIOB Team Award Category.
The CIOB Team Award celebrates the collaboration and combined efforts of groups of people working together to meet a combined goal.
The overall winner will be unveiled at the CIOB Awards night at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on the 28th of September 2022.
CEF Construction Excellence Awards
We are delighted to have been chosen as Finalist in two categories in the Construction Employers Federation (CEF) Construction Excellence Awards
The Erne Campus completed for the South West College has been chosen as a Finalist in the Education Project of the Year Category
Tracey Brother’s Contracts Manager Donal McGloin has been selected as a finalist in the Construction Person of the Year – Outstanding Contributor 15 years+
We look forward to the judging visits and the awards event at the Crowne Plaza on October 6th 2022.
As John prepares to hand over his CEF Presidency next week, he kindly brought the Chains of Office into the office for colleagues to view. So, we decided to grab a photograph with John and available colleagues to mark the occasion.
Tracey Brothers have begun works on the re-development of Block E01 at IT Sligo. The project will include a complete rebuild of J Block, turning the single floor 1970’s building into a modern four-storey complex.
The restoration and development of the Grand Opera House in Belfast has been completed. The works included painstaking restoration and conservation of the many ornate features of the auditorium along with redesign of the foyer and public spaces.
On Thursday 10th of June 2021 the results of the restoration project were unveiled prior to its planned re-opening in July 2021.
“Tracey Brothers are delighted to have been involved in the project and the quality of the final result is testament to all involved. We hope that the Grand Opera House continues, not only as a source of great entertainment for young and old alike, but also as a landmark Belfast venue to visit for many years to come.”
The recently completed £16 million warehouse facility has been unveiled by Henderson Foodservice as part of an ongoing re-development of Henderson Group’s Mallusk complex. Tracey Brothers are delighted to continue to build on our relationship with Henderson’s in their redevelopment programme.
Mark Adrian Group Property Director at Henderson’s commented: “Tracey Brothers are excellent at what they do, very measured and calm with good proposals and ideas. They are a good partner for us, communications and liaisons were excellent.” And Henderson Foodservice Managing Director Cathal Geoghan stated ‘’Design, build and fit out of our new warehouse was in partnership with Tracey Brothers who had previously completed our ambient warehouse facility in 2017. We’d like to thank them for their excellent project delivery which helped us transfer to the new centre with zero disruption to customers’’
The new larger storage facility has enabled Henderson Foodservice to offer their customers an expanded product range with greater efficiencies in terms of goods in, order processing and picking, providing an overall enhanced supplier and customer experience.
The new 190,000 square foot ambient and chilled distribution centre at Hightown is split between ambient high bay racking storage & cold store chill accommodation for fresh foods. The warehouse accommodation, along with the associated office accommodation, incorporates the latest sustainability and energy efficiency techniques including maximisation of natural light in work areas, photo and movement sensitive lighting along with a state-of-the-art charging optimiser for all mechanical handling equipment and an energy optimised refrigeration system.
The recently completed South West College Erne Campus, designed & built by Tracey Brothers Ltd., has been certified by the Passive House Institute.
The Erne Campus is the largest New Build Passive House Premium Building in the world and also the largest Passive House Premium Educational Building in the world. It is also the first building in the UK to achieve both Passive House Premium and BREEAM Outstanding accreditations.
The official plaque was presented to Tracey Brothers and the College by Tomas O’Leary of MosArt Architects on the 4th of June 2021.
Pictured Left to Right:
Michael McAlister – Chief Executive South West College; David Snodgrass – Passive House Designer – Mullarkey Pedersen Architects; Paddy Kerrin – Site Manager – Tracey Brothers Ltd; Tomas O’Leary – Passive House Assessor – MosArt Architects; John Tracey – Managing Director – Tracey Brothers Ltd; Donal McGloin – Contracts Manager – Tracey Brothers Ltd; Karl Pedersen – Lead Designer – Mullarkey Pedersen Architects