MFS Facelift Belfast city centre

MFS are completing the Garfield Street/ Donegall Street facelifts which are under our Belfast City Council Dilapidations contract.  The council decided to leave intact the street art that had been added to the Garfield Street facades and to make safe and repair the building structures to ensure the safety and overall appearance were preserved.

We commence work shortly on the former bank premises at the junction of Waring Street, North Street and Bridge Street in anticipation of the influx of visitors for the Giro d’Italia. These premises will be repaired and repainted to improve the appearance of this prominent site.

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Garfield Street

 

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Award winning Garden

MFS are delighted that the PSNI Memorial Garden, designed by Belfast architects, Hackett Hall McKnight and constructed by MFS,  has been recognised by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).  It was one of four projects in Northern Ireland to win prestigious awards.

Police gardenThe PSNI memorial garden “radiates a great sense of peace, dignity and stillness”.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) memorial garden lies within the grounds of PSNI headquarters on Knock Road, and is a mix of oak-panelled walls, beech hedges and dark back-enamelled glass panels.

In their citation the judges said: “The new memorial garden overall is an exceptional commemorative space, which radiates a great sense of peace, dignity and stillness.”

Opportunities to work with MFS

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We are also among the major local companies hosting the NI Chamber of Commerce ‘Meet the Buyer’ event on 12 March in Belfast – see Supply Chain page for details.

Businesses from across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are being encouraged to come along and ‘meet the buyer’ on 12 March 2014 at the first in a series of events by Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Bank of Ireland UK.

Fourteen of Northern Ireland’s leading companies will attend the event as buyers, holding out the potential for attendees to seal deals on the day. These include Aer Lingus; Banner Business Services; Belfast International Airport; Denroy; Dunbia; Glen Dimplex; Graham Asset Management; H&J Martin; Howden UK; Lagan Construction Group; Maurice Flynn & Sons; Mount Charles Group; Thales and Whale.

The event, which forms part of the new cross-border ‘Connecting for Growth’ programme, will allow businesses to make a pitch to these buyers whilst networking and developing links with each other through a number of activities including speed networking.

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