Bray Civic Centre


The project at Bray Civic Center involved the demolition and strip-out of existing elements, followed by the fit-out of classrooms, offices, welfare facilities, and associated services over four floors. To accommodate early access for the new academic year, PCL reduced the contract programme by six weeks by increasing resources and implementing sub-contractor specific designated work areas and phasing. The project was completed using a design and build approach, which allowed PCL to collaborate with MCOH architects and utilize value engineering at the design level to maximize control of the project budget and quality. To ensure a smooth transition for the client, PCL provided a phased floor-by-floor handover, allowing for administration to be completed prior to the start of academic operations. The end result was a fully-functional educational facility that was delivered on time and within budget.

Contract Value
• €3.2 million
Project Duration
• May 2017 to September 2017.
Precision Construction Limited project

Project Overview

• Block 42, Bray Civic Centre, Bray Co. Wicklow
Works Complete
• September 2017.


Fit-out of an Adult Education Centre.

Featured Works

  • Demolition & strip-out of existingelements.
  • Fit-out of classrooms, offices, welfarefacilities & associated services over 4floors.

Added Value

  • PCL reduced contract programme by 6weeks to accommodate early access for the new academic year by increasing resources and implanting sub-contractor specific designated work areas and phasing.
  • PCL provided a phased floor by floor handover to accommodate client administration prior to commencement of academic operation.
  • Due to the Design & Build nature of the contract PCL, in collaboration with MCOH architects, enabled value engineering at design level to maximize control of project budget & quality.

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