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Report - Barrow Town Hall, Barrow, December/January 2014

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by SAt, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. SAt

    SAt Grim up Norf
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    The Town Hall has been scaffed up for a couple of months now so I payed a few visits to check out the views. The entire roofs been rigged with slaters brackets with planks and valley ladders :thumb Plenty of roof voids and Valleys to chill on, no seagulls and good views.. It made for a good vantage point to look out over the 'Gaza Strip' (aka All of Barrows nightclubs, in a line, on one road surrounding the town hall) and the police station over the road, brew time is apparently around 4am and they make right racket :p:

    I wasn't the first though.. Nine Pinter

    The project includes replacing 75% of the Westmorland Green Slate roof covering together with the fitting of new insulation, gutters and leadwork to a very complex roof configuration. The project also encompasses the dressing back, repointing with lime mortar and where necessary replacement of red sandstone on two elevations. Prior to commencing construction drawings, the tender process and operations on site a full condition survey and analysis of the existing roof covering and respective stone walls was completed and formed the basis for identifying the scope of works. Project Value £750 000















    #1 SAt, Feb 20, 2014
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