Denbighshire County Council’s proposed £12.6m Queens Market project in Rhyl has appointed Wynne Construction as the main contractor. The contract was awarded through the North Wales Construction Partnership framework.
The development will involve the construction of a new indoor market hall containing a mezzanine for additional seating and pop up vendors and also an event and commercial space. The contract to design and build the new Queens’s Market is the first step of the transformation of the wider Queen’s Buildings along Rhyls promenade.
Groundworks which include putting in place a piled concrete solution on which the building will sit are currently taking place. Completion of the project is planned for the summer of 2023.
The new Queen’s Market has been designed with community interaction in mind and will be a welcome addition to the wider regeneration of the town. Visitors will be able to enjoy goods and services provided by vendors and enjoy high quality local food.
Wynne Construction will be hosting a ‘meet the buyer’ event at Rhyl Pavilion on Thursday 22nd September. The event is open to subcontractors interested in joining the supply chain and also social enterprise and third-sector organisations looking to provide goods and services during the construction phase.
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