Continued Thanks to Tracey Bros.

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Continued Thanks to Tracey Bros.

25 Jul 2014

Visitors to our web site will be aware of the long standing relationship Corlin has had with Tracey Bros. of Enniskillen. The recent recession I am sure created many challenges for Traceys but they continued to secure contracts and we are delighted to see that they are very busy again. This hopefully is a sign that the economy is now recovering.

We have been lucky enough to have secured work on some of their recent projects and this is very important to Corlin to maintain this relationship which is almost historical at this stage. in 2014 some of the projects we have worked on are: Clones Erne East Sprots Complex, Capita Offices throughout NI, NUI Maynooth and most recently on their project at Parliament Buildings in Stormont.

With Stormont it is nice to be working on such a prestigious project with a company like Tracey Bros. We wish them a very successful job which I am sure they will have given the team they have on site.

The Benefits of Working Local

13 Apr 2014

Corlin, like nearly all companies have to travel to wherever the work is so it has been a nice break from the norm to have recently completed the Fire Protection works at the new Fire Station in Omagh which is just ‘up the road’ for us. To add to this we were very glad to have secured the contract from Lowry Bros., a very successful Building Contractor from our home town of Castlederg.

The works consisted of the Intumescent Fire Protection of the structural steel and also the Firestopping works. This is a very impressive complex and much needed in the West Tyrone area.

Thanks go to Richard and Jayne who we found very good to work with and we hope to continue this working relationship with them into the future.

St. Catherines Open to the Liberties Once More

2 Feb 2014

We have now completed our redecoration works at St. Catherines Church in the bustling area of Meath Street in Dublin.

The finished product is very impressive considering the fire damage that had to be overcome and there is a great blend of new work and conservation of the old. Great care was taken and the design team led by Howley Hayes Architects and the Contractor Conservation & Restoration.

Colrin are very proud to have worked with them and been associated with this project, which you could see was very important to all the people in the Liberties going by the visitors who came in when access was available. We wish them and the local Parish many years to enjoy their Church.