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Lilley’s Petrol Station

Lilley’s Petrol Station, Enniskillen

Lowry Building & Civil Engineering delivered the complete redevelopment of the existing Petrol Filling Station for Lilley’s, Enniskillen. Works were carried out in a number of phases to include a major extension, refurbishment of the existing shop and forecourt and to allow the business to remain operational throughout.  The works began with the extension to the rear including piled foundations, ground beams, masonry walls and fit out whilst the existing shop to the front remained open to the public.

The next phase saw the complete refurbishment of the existing shop floor which is now almost unrecognisable and a true asset the Client through replacement of floor, wall and ceiling finishes, aluminium framed shop front and all associated M&E installations.

Finally the forecourt was redeveloped with a new tank farm, fuel lines, pumps and site works. Health and safety was strictly monitored during the construction phase due to the close proximity to customers and extremely restricted working space.

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Maxol Station

Our first project for Maxol Oil Ltd marked the launch of a new generation of service stations for Maxol in Northern Ireland which feature an increased service area footprint, exciting new food concessions and other additions such as work areas with charging points & free Wi-Fi.

This highly specified project was successfully delivered within a demanding 26-week programme and our involvement commenced with the complex demolition and clearance of the existing filling station including large, redundant, underground fuel storage tanks. Following this stage, major ground works were then undertaken to prepare the 2.5 acre, split level site including piling, formation of retaining walls and installing precast concrete slabs.

The service station was then constructed utilising a steel frame, masonry walls, composite deck roofing, aluminium windows and a bespoke cladding system. Highly specialised internal fit out was completed across a 735m² store area to accommodate Maxol and all franchises.

Large scale external works for the forecourt area involved the installation of new petroleum tanks (with all pipework and pumps), construction of a substantial canopy cover and other key facilities including car wash, truck stop and car parking. Additional access and egress works to the A26 dual carriageway were also carried out to ensure compliance with Road Service Regulations. Following completion of the works comprehensive commissioning and testing of all mechanical, electrical and fuel services were undertaken to ensure the site was fully operational in line with programme

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